A former police officer-turned-psychologist has revealed his Bible-based insights on how war veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can find lasting hope and healing.
Dr. Timothy Barclay, Associate Professor of Psychology at Liberty University and a licensed clinical psychologist at Wyndhurst Counseling Center in Lynchburg, Va., explained that many veterans today are “falling through the gaps” when it comes to mental health care.
“There are a lot of veterans with PTSD who are struggling, but many don’t seek treatment for a variety of reasons,” he said. “Number one, they don’t know where to go, because the only system that they know of is the VA [hospital], and they don’t know any other sources where they can get treatment.”
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