Tag Archives: military

San Diego VA Studies the Role of Guilt in Treatment of PTSD

The San Diego VA is looking at the role guilt and shame play in the treatment of PTSD. Researchers want to find the best way to treat people who may not think they deserve to get better. And a warning to viewers, the story includes graphic descriptions of military trauma. KPBS Military Reporter Steve Walsh… Read More »

Military PTSD – Thriving not just surviving

Living with PTSD is difficult but you can recover and become more resilient. This Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling community webinar explores: • What it’s like to live with Military Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? • How can PTSD affect veterans’ families? • When to seek care? • Why PTSD is treated? •… Read More »

PTSD Graham Trude – Seen What I’ve Seen (TRAILER)

Artist: Graham Trude (www.grahamtrudemusic.com) Written By: Graham Trude, Daniel Fortier and Scott Patrick Record Company: Allied Music Group Music Producer: Stacy Heydon Film Production: Samsara Media and Loud Noise Productions Organization: Wounded Warriors Canada in partnership with Graham Trude Music A ballad displaying the real life experiences of an individual struggling with Post Traumatic Stress… Read More »

Dave Dequeljoe PTSD Foundation Prayer Breakfast 2018 HD

“You’ve got 5 minutes to save a life…” That’s what my agent told me six months ago. I spent every single day writing and re-writing, trying to figure out what I could say that would make a real impact on someone. The night before the speech, at 2am, I woke up and scrapped all 99… Read More »

War-Torn: The Story of “Dobie” Gillies (Vietnam War and PTSD Documentary)

War-Torn is a story of the life of Lynn Gillies. He joined the US Army at an early age and after serving for about 10 years, he became a helicopter pilot prior to being sent to Vietnam. During Vietnam, his heroic actions saved a group of US Marines, but he has lived with the traumatic… Read More »

Between Iraq and a Hard Place – PTSD and Suicides in Iraq

In August of 2009, No Kidding, Me Too!, Joe Pantoliano, Lisa Jay, and Dr. Bob Irvin from McLean Hospital went on the “Stomp The Stigma” tour for ten days in Iraq. They screened Joey’s documentary “No Kidding, Me 2!”, spoke about their experience with mental illness, and interviewed troops about the growing problem of suicides… Read More »

Fray

Just back from combat, Justin, a young U.S. Marine veteran – burdened by the physical and emotional scars of war – faces a new battle to find purpose in the mundane existence of civilian life during a time of national economic strife. Justin’s time is split between part-time studies at the local community college and… Read More »