PTSD after active duty. A Marine’s story.

May 07, 18 PTSD after active duty. A Marine’s story.

Posted by in Veteran PTSD

A Marine’s story PTSD after active duty happens to many of our brave military personnel. As we’ve discussed in a previous article Your Mind Must be Weak to have PTSD, the condition is not a result of a weakness but a mind that has been damaged and traumatized by extreme violence and grief. Military personnel  having...

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PTSD research news: PTSD brain bank.

Feb 01, 18 PTSD research news: PTSD brain bank.

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From the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: VA’s National PTSD Brain Bank collaborates with PINK Concussions Group Women Veterans urged to donate brains for research Today, VA announced a collaboration between its National Center for PTSD and the nonprofit organization PINK Concussions, encouraging women to donate their brains...

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Using horse therapy to treat veteran PTSD

Dec 11, 17 Using horse therapy to treat veteran PTSD

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Using horse therapy (also called equine assisted therapy or therapeutic riding) can treat veteran PTSD. Go to the military PTSD forum and share your thoughts. From the WYPR public radio website Returning combat veterans often wrestle with post-traumatic stress disorder, the aftermath of brain injuries or chronic pain. Relief can be...

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Involuntary psychiatric treatment. A hard family decision.

Jul 28, 17 Involuntary psychiatric treatment. A hard family decision.

Posted by in Breaking News, PTSD, Urban PTSD, Veteran PTSD

The hard decision of involuntary psychiatric treatment.   Pathfinders for Autism has written a very helpful article that details what happens when a family has to come together to make a very difficult decision about involuntary psychiatric treatment for a loved one. It is by no means a simple process nor is it easy on the...

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