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Veteran Well-Being & healing approaches

Below are the best resources we could find on Veteran Well-Being and healing approaches.

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Dr. Edward Tick: "War and the Soul"

February 18, 2009 in Eugene OR. This was the 2008-09 Tzedek Lecture.

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Heal the Warrior, Heal the Country

Breaking the cycle of war making: our country will not find peace until we take responsibility for our wars.

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University of Oregon Today - Edward Tick

This episode features Edward Tick, Soldier's Heart, discuss Dr. Tick's PTSD treatment model based on research of worldwide spirituality, mythology, traditional cultures and the warrior archetype.

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Theosophical Classic 2007 | Spirituality, Society, and Healing Our Veterans with Ed Tick

A practicing psychotherapist for more than 30 years, Tick specializes in extensive and innovative work with survivors of severe trauma and violence — particularly combat war veterans — sexual and substance abuse victims, those with severe mental and emotional disorders, men's issues and deeply rooted...

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The Practice of Dream Healing: Bringing Ancient Greek Mysteries into Modern Medicine

Asklepios was the gentle Greek god of healing. Like Christ, he was said to have walked the earth performing miracle cures. His medicine was practiced by priests who interpreted patients' dreams in which the god gave advice. Dr.

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Trauma Tool Kit: Healing PTSD from the Inside Out

In 2010 the Department of Veterans Affairs cited 171,423 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans diagnosed with PTSD, out of 593,634 total patients treated. That’s almost 30 percent; other statistics show 35 percent. Nor, of course, is PTSD limited to the military.

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Military to Civilian Re-entry