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Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the News
Angie: A Ray of Light for Veterans With PTSD, Daily Utah Chronicle — 2/17/2017
Labs for Liberty is an organization that raises labrador puppies for use as service dogs for US military veterans with PTSD.
Therapetics works with area high schools to train service dogs, Tulsa World — 2/17/2017
A 501c3 non-profit, Therapetics trains and places two types of service dogs: those trained for mobility, and psychiatric service dogs for military veterans diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder.
Horses help veterans cope with trauma, The Shawnee News-Star — 2/16/2017
Equine assisted therapy is especially beneficial for those with PTSD, helping veterans in distress get better by just being themselves.
An afternoon for luxury raises PTSD awareness, Fort Hood Herald — 2/16/2017
The Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty hosts a Sweetheart Tea event to raise awareness and support for soldiers suffering from PTSD.
Service dogs offer invaluable support to veterans living with PTSD, SBS — 2/14/2017
Service dogs are aiding veterans and emergency service personnel with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in new support program.
Swim with the sharks therapy helping with PSD, FOX 2 — 2/14/2017
Many approaches have been taken when it comes to treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in veterans, another method is now getting some attention -- jumping in water with sharks.
Horses help veterans cope with trauma, McClatchy DC — 2/13/2017
Ric Jerez’s equine assisted program is the only one in Oklahoma certified for military services, the therapy is especially beneficial for those with PTSD.
Veterans deal with PTSD through filmmaking, KENS 5 — 2/13/2017
A group of San Antonio veterans is taking a special approach to treat symptoms of PTSD. They're sharing their experiences on film.
Wounded Warriors Find Therapy With Dolphins in Florida Keys, South Dade News Leader — 2/10/2017
Interacting with bottlenose dolphins in the Florida Keys provided physical and emotional therapy Sunday to more than 30 wounded U.S. military veterans.
Fayetteville Hyperbarics And Non-Profit Mission 22 Create Veterans Rehab Project, Digital Journal — 2/10/2017
A local Fayetteville NC business has formed a partnership with Mission 22, a successful national non-profit, in order to support and treat veterans with combat related injuries.
Local war veteran awarded "Hero Home", KALB — 2/9/2017
Sergeant First Class Anthony Mitchell was awarded a 'Hero Home' by the local chapter of the Disabled American Veterans Organization (DAV).
Spiritual therapy eyed as possible treatment for PTSD, The Birmingham Times — 2/9/2017
Doctors in Augusta are exploring the idea of using spiritual therapy to treat veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The Front Lines of Stress Management, Outside — 2/8/2017
The unexpected techniques and technologies that military service members and veterans are using to cope with stress and its related disorders.
Veteran conquers PTSD with horses, Pocono Record — 2/8/2017
Marine Veteran R.J. Lacelle graduated from a program that uses horses to provide free therapy to veterans suffering from PTSD.
Battling trauma: Shropshire soldier tells of living with post-traumatic stress disorder, Shropshire Star — 2/7/2017
Paul Berry, of the Combat Stress charity that supports veterans across the Midlands with mental health problems has found a reduction in stigma that is resulting in more ex-servicemen and women feeling able to come forward for treatment and sooner.