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Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the News
Guitar class helps veterans heal, Pensacola News Journal — 8/29/2016
Guitars for Veterans helps men cope with PTSD and other military-related illnesses.
Pittsburg County man wants to connect veteran with outdoors, The Bellingham Herald — 8/29/2016
A Pittsburg County man is hoping to start a project to help get injured veterans and police officers out of the house and into the woods.
Henderson-based veterans foundation provides counseling, therapy , Las Vegas Review Journal — 8/19/2016
Bill Emmel created the 22 Warriors Foundation to provide resources to veterans such as connecting them to counseling and other types of therapy.
Suicide prevention a lifelong cause for Southern Nevada facilitator, Las Vegas Review Journal — 8/19/2016
Air Force veteran Richard Egan is a suicide prevention training and outreach facilitator for the State of Nevada.
Tammany nonprofit's fishing rodeo in Venice is a thank-you to wounded veterans, The New Orleans Advocate — 8/17/2016
Wounded War Heroes is an organization that aims to help veterans by providing them therapeutic experiences in the outdoors.
Humans of New York Post Makes A Brilliant Point About Therapy , The Huffington Post — 8/17/2016
Humans of New York shared an anonymous story on Monday of a man who served in Afghanistan and has since been diagnosed with PTSD.
Vets find healing with horses: Idaho Horse Therapy uses horses, brainwave therapy to help those with PTSD, MagicValley.com — 8/16/2016
Re-Boot Camp is a program designed for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and includes treatments such integrated breathing and movement, brainwave optimization and equine assisted activities
Stars support vets through #22PushupChallenge, Indy Star — 8/16/2016
The veteran advocacy organization is hoping to document 22 million pushups "to honor those who serve and to raise awareness for veteran suicide prevention through education and empowerment.”
Local Marine veteran uses dance, exercise to battle PTSD, The Commercial Appeal — 8/15/2016
De-Angela Ewing has fought PTSD ever since returning to Memphis, but perhaps the most effective therapy has been exercise and serving as a personal trainer.
Marine treks 1,000 miles with 30-pound pack, American flag to honor fallen friend, raise PTSD awareness, NY Daily News — 8/15/2016
Mark Otto completed the last segment of a 1,000-mile march to raise awareness for the fight against veteran suicide.
PTSD Therapies: Safe and Natural Treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Are Being Rediscovered , Inquisitr — 8/12/2016
Veterans and others can come together to learn the basics of gardening and to use those as coping skills in their own gardens for years to come to treat PTSD.
Tech N9ne & Marine Vet Nick Hamm on the Deeper Meaning of Warrior Built Contest, DJ Booth — 8/12/2016
Nick Hamm, a Marine who was wounded twice in combat, founded the Warrior Built organization, which aims to give other veterans a supportive home through building and racing bikes.
Navy SEAL-turned-scientist works to solve the puzzle of battlefield brain injuries, Dallas Morning News — 8/11/2016
Morgan Luttrell’s goal is to treat veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder, the most prevalent combat injuries from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Las Vegas psychiatrist helps Vietnam veterans heal ‘invisible wounds’, Las Vegas Review-Journal — 8/10/2016
Dr. Steven Kingsbury helps combat veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder through therapy sessions and support groups.
Virtual Reality Therapy May Speed PTSD Recovery, Researchers Say, ABC 7 — 8/10/2016
Researchers are testing a new therapy, using virtual reality, designed to speed recovery for post-traumatic stress disorder.