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Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the News
Veteran suicide outreach program hopes to expand, promote prevention through education, The Scribe — 9/30/2016
The Office of Veteran and Military Student Affairs seeks to educate students about prevention and symptoms associated with suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder.
How Virtual Reality Is Revolutionizing Clinical Therapy and Treatment Rehabilitation, Vice — 9/29/2016
While Virtual Reality has potential to help patients with physical injuries, the benefits it has and continues to have for people with mental-health issues, like PTSD, are plentiful.
‘This is a safe place to regroup and be stress free’, Tctimes.com — 9/29/2016
Local ‘Heroes on the Water’ chapter uses kayaks and fishing to combat veteran PTSD.
Vets using adaptive airgun program as therapy to overcome PTSD and physical disabilities, Denver 7 ABC — 9/28/2016
Keith Gleason is ex-Army and suffers from PTSD, he was invited to take part in a new competitive air gun program run by the National Sports Center for the Disabled.
Art Therapy Takes New Form of Healing for Military Service Members, DVIDS — 9/27/2016
The NICoE's four-week program takes service members who have suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other psychological health conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and immerses them in a safe and healing environment.
New center offers free PTSD treatment to veterans, Daily Trojan — 9/27/2016
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at USC opened its doors Wednesday to post-9/11 veterans and their families seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions.
Wounded Warrior Project Hosts Injured Vets at Lambeau Field, Broadway World — 9/23/2016
WWP program activities are designed to support the long-term recovery needs of injured warriors by reintroducing them to the unique bonds experienced during military service
Local veterans use Shakespeare to connect with students on issues of suicide, PTSD, Indiana University — 9/22/2016
Veterans who make up Kentucky Shakespeare’s Shakespeare With Veterans, use Shakespeare to cope with PTSD and suicidal thoughts.
Service dog helps veteran cope with PTSD, Washington Times — 9/22/2016
By providing veterans with trained service dogs, organizers believe the effort can help them cope with the trauma of war and allow them to reenter civilian life.
Bay Area Veteran’s New Book Helps Military Families Cope with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder , ABC 7 — 9/21/2016
A Bay Area mother and Marine Corps veteran wrote a book aimed at military families coping with post-traumatic stress; a tough subject handled with a gentle touch.
Wounded Air Force members gather for support in Nebraska, The News & Observer — 9/21/2016
Wounded Air Force members have gathered at the Offutt Air Force base near Omaha for a special camp aimed at recovery.
Healing retreats may reduce PTSD symptoms, improve relationships, U.S. Army — 9/19/2016
Preliminary results indicate that therapeutic retreats can reduce post-traumatic stress symptoms in veterans and improve relationships for both veterans and their caregivers.
Scuba, parrots, yoga: Veterans embrace alternative therapies for PTSD, Alaska Dispatch News — 9/19/2016
John Walker, swims at the Georgia Aquarium, It is part of his therapy for the post-traumatic stress disorder he has been grappling with after his tours in Iraq. And like Harris, more veterans are turning to these sorts of outside-the-office treatment.
Veterans’ Cycling Team Raises Suicide Prevention Awareness, AMVETS — 9/16/2016
Retired Army Sgt. Norberto Roman, founded the Rescue 22 cycling team for the Face of America two-day, 110-mile bike ride from Arlington, Virginia, to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Fort Meade: All-night walk raises suicide awareness, Capital Gazette — 9/16/2016
Fort Meade held its first Illuminating the Darkness Walk suicide awareness event, organized to raise the Fort Meade community's awareness of suicide.