Tag Archives: Services

PTSD in First Responders

For years we have thought of PTSD as something that only affects veterans. But as time goes by and we learn more and more about it, we understand that it is something that affects everyone.In many cases first responders have no idea that they have developed it, and when they come to that realization, they… Read More »

PTSD in the Family: Interview with Alison Glenn

PTSD in the Family: Interview with Alison Glenn ACI CEO Dr. Ann Clark interviews ACI CORE Wellness Director Alison Glenn about growing up with a brother who suffered from PTSD. After three tours in Iraq, Alison noticed that her brother was beginning to show signs of PTSD. Living with him on a daily basis, she… Read More »

Metro Center Outlook: PTSD Services/Support

People with PTSD continue to be severely depressed and anxious for months or even years following the traumatic event. These events can range from natural disasters to a sudden death of a loved one and includes any event where one feels their life is being threatened. Dr. Deborah Beidel, Executive Director of UCF RESTORES, Janet… Read More »

Ex-soldier, 29, who survived jumping in front of a train after suffering from PTSD apologises

Thank you for watching. Have a nice day! My channel: https://goo.gl/vCXdrM ABOUT: An ex-soldier who jumped in front of a train while suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder has apologised to those who witnessed his attempted suicide.Perry Tatler kissed his two young children goodbye for what he believed was for the last time before heading to… Read More »

Veterans Assisting Veterans

Mike Miles and Ed Chionchio Sr welcome John MacDonald candidate for State Senate 1st Middlesex District in MA. We also have a Syncere Moment with Shanti Syncere Slade. Today’s topics include: • John is on the board of a group called Veterans Assisting Veterans (VAV) • 22 Veterans a day commit suicide with the largest… Read More »