Posts Tagged ‘military veterans’

6 more things to do for veterans

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Joshua Kors wrote extensively about the disgraceful treatment suffered by Iraq and Afghanistan war vets at the hands of malicious Army psychologists. Many, if not most, with PTSD were denied the diagnosis and discharged without access to ongoing healthcare that a correct diagnosis would have allowed. Now on Veterans Day, Kors tell us Six Ways to Honor Our Veterans. It’s the best list I’ve seen to date.


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Treating PTSD: Lessons from veterans for workplace bullying targets

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Wanted to alert WBI followers to a marvelous review of the newest approaches to treating PTSD written by Pulitzer Prize winning author Tina Rosenberg. The New York Times article is called For Veterans, a Surge of New Treatments for Trauma. Key points include:

– alternatives to cognitive behavioral therapy (talk-insight) exist in which PTSD victims do not have to recite details of their ordeal to de-sensitize themselves over time
– a Mind-Body program has a low dropout rate with 80% improvement score
– mindfulness may bring positive results



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