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Veteran Well-Being & ptsdarticles

Below are the best articles we could find on Veteran Well-Being and ptsd.

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War Vets With Severe PTSD Find Solace Through Ayahuasca In Documentary ‘From Shock To Awe’

Military veterans with PTSD discover healing in the psychedelic plant medicine ayahuasca.

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Wellness Design Brings Home Benefits To Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injuries

Fortunately, there are treatments available for both TBIs and PTSD, and some involve adding wellness design features to the vet’s home to help manage the physical and psychological challenges.

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How this Psychologist Treats Soldiers Who Can’t Let Go of What They Did at War

Dr. Resick spoke to me about how CPT is used to help veterans heal from moral injury. Her message was that it is possible to heal from moral injury, but that doing so requires a shift in the way patients think about war, morality, and themselves.

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More Veterans with PTSD Will Soon Get Help from Service Dogs. Thank the ‘PAWS’ Act

For vets with PTSD, a service dog is like a ‘battle buddy’ for life

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Virtual Reality Therapy Plunges Patients Back Into Trauma. Here Is Why Some Swear by It.

An experimental treatment seems poised to address a dire mental health crisis.

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A Veteran’s Best Friend

Warrior Canine Connection’s service-dog-training program helps veterans cope with post-deployment challenges.

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Finding Purpose through Community Service

Volunteer programs help Vets reintegrate into society, improve mental health.

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For US Veterans, What Does it Mean to Heal a Moral Injury?

In a path to heal, a clinician guides a veteran through a conversation with an imaginary and benevolent “moral authority” to talk about the act or event that has caused suffering. The patient then describes the regret and sorrow that has followed, and asks for forgiveness or a chance to atone.

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The American Veteran Experience and the Post-9/11 Generation

For many veterans, combat experiences strengthened them personally but also made the transition to civilian life difficult

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Veterans Use Creative Forces to Heal Invisible Wounds of War

How music and art therapies can help military service members.

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