This edited volume summarizes promising, evidence‑based strategies clinicians can implement in their work with morally injured persons. Many service members transitioning to civilian life struggle with mental health issues. For some, these mental health issues revolve around moral injury— acts or experiences that contradict the individual’s fundamental beliefs about the world, or how it ought to be. The book’s expert contributors are researchers and clinicians who are leading efforts to define and assess moral injury, identify its potential mechanisms and outcomes, and develop and disseminate treatments to promote recovery and healing from morally injurious events. Through the use of case examples, authors discuss promising theoretical models for conceptualizing moral injury, prominent conceptual and clinical concerns for addressing such injuries in clinical practice, and existing and novel intervention approaches.