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Slides Posted from Presentation on “War-Related Traumatic Reactions in Veterans and Their Impact on Families”

Some time ago, I gave a presentation entitled “War-Related Traumatic Reactions in Veterans and Their Impact on Families” at a conference for an audience of directors of nursing homes and directors of social services in nursing homes and assisted living … Continue reading

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A Survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Shares His Pain: What Does It Mean To Be A Survivor?

Today, June 12th, marks the one year anniversary of the horrific shooting in the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Brandon J. Wolf survived the Pulse attack. He was even lucky enough to survive it without any physical injury. Yet Brandon … Continue reading

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A treatment for PTSD that builds on the veteran’s strengths

Recently on CNN.com, there was an interesting article about a unique treatment program for military veterans suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). The article, which can be found at http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/21/opinions/costello-ptsd-veterans-say-not-crazy/index.html, raises important issues in the struggle to understand the … Continue reading

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