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Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the News
PTSD and Prolonged Grief in Caregivers, GoodTherapy.org — 7/3/2013
Palliative care is designed to provide comfort and peace to individuals facing terminal illness and end-of-life transitions.
Wingman Toolkit promotes healthy, balanced lifestyle, Air Force Reserve Command — 7/2/2013
The Wingman Toolkit is an Air Force Reserve initiative to empower Airmen and their families to sustain healthy, balanced lifestyles using the four pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness.
What are Some of the Physiological Manifestations of PTSD?, PsychCentral — 7/2/2013
Trauma and prolonged stress inevitably has a negative impact on overall health. PTSD has been linked to more physician visits in veteran populations.
Pups for peace, New York Post — 7/1/2013
In March, Guardians of Rescue President Robert Misseri launched the Paws of War program, after seeing how much dogs like Gunny had helped former servicemen and women.
Panel explores role of faith in veterans' healing process, Stars and Stripes — 7/1/2013
Faith-based communities can play a special role in helping veterans recover from post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental illness related to military service, but too often roadblocks stand in the way of such healing.
Cho: PTSD deserves national discussion, FtLeavenworthLamp.com — 6/28/2013
Over the last 12 years, many soldiers have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan with wounds, some visible and some not, a leader in Army Medicine said June 22.
Veteran Hopes To Stop PTSD With His Own Story, NewsChannel5.com — 6/28/2013
Mims says getting help from the VA helped him work through his struggle, but it's something he never expects to be fully get over. He hopes Hope Farms will offer a place for veterans and help them get the right resources to stop suicides.
Finding a path toward inner healing, petaluma360.com — 6/27/2013
Berstein’s practice is all about inner healing from trauma. He specializes in helping soldiers overcome the trauma they have suffered.
Raise your awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder: Commentary from a VA doctor, syracuse.com — 6/27/2013
June is PTSD Awareness Month. The National Center for PTSD, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, continually promotes public awareness and understanding of PTSD.
Army Medicine Civilian Corps Focuses Recruitment Efforts on Behavioral Health, BioPortfolio — 6/26/2013
The Civilian Corps of the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) recognizes June as National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month and continues to pursue qualified behavioral health candidates to staff Army hospitals and clinics worldwide.
'Real Warriors Campaign' seeks to de-stigmatize PTSD, WITF — 6/26/2013
June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder awareness month, and the military is pushing service members to seek help for the condition.
Service dog training helpful in treating combat-related PTSD, Healio Psychiatry — 6/25/2013
Ritchie, the chief medical officer for the District of Columbia Department of Mental Health, said animal-assisted therapy has been used in the theater of war for the past 5 years.
VA Starts Campaign to Raise PTSD Awareness, Healthnewsdigest.com — 6/25/2013
In observance of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) awareness month, the Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD invites the public to participate in its "Take the Step" campaign.
Art therapy exhibit helps overcome combat trauma, creates awareness, The Globe — 6/24/2013
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s art therapy program art exhibit came to a close after more than a week of thought-provoking display at the hospital quarterdeck aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 14.
Horses as Healers for 'Wounded' Veterans: Team Red, White and Blue in Sharon, Litchfield County Times — 6/24/2013
The wounds many of America’s warriors carry home from the battlefield cannot be seen.