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Healing from PTSD | Combat Faith | The Honorable Allen B. Clark

Vietnam veteran Allen Clark was wounded on June 17, 1967, at Dak To Special Forces camp in the Central Highlands area of South Vietnam. A mortar/rocket attack by North Vietnamese Army troops at 4:30am caused two of twenty five Americans to be killed and nine others wounded, one of whom was Military Intelligence officer Captain… Read More »

Vietnam veteran uses painting to battle PTSD | KVUE

Jenni Lee shows us how one Vietnam veteran and Round Rock resident has found a creative way to combat PTSD. STORY: https://www.kvue.com/article/features/round-rock-veteran-starts-art-festival-to-help-with-ptsd/269-ba301767-3c87-4875-b6c9-0349ab7644d6 KVUE is Austin’s ABC affiliate station and has been delivering local news for Central Texans since 1971. Today it is owned by TEGNA, Inc., which reaches approximately one-third of all television households in… Read More »

Cowboy Poet, Vietnam vet, and PTSD survivor Bucky Morrow

This a repost of the original. For some reason the other video is only hd half way through. Bucky deserves better. Please make sure to watch at 42:11 for an important message about facing and overcoming PTSD. Bucky Morrow is a Vietnam vet and an a brilliant poet. He writes about his times in the… Read More »

Achilles in Vietnam

This documentary, developed as an undergraduate thesis film by Charles Berkowitz, is based on the groundbreaking book, “Achilles in Vietnam : Combat Trauma and the Undoing of Character”, by Dr. Jonathan Shay. In it, Shay examines the psychological devastation of war by comparing the soldiers of Homer’s Iliad with Vietnam veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress… Read More »

Vietnam Veteran with PTSD: Social Security Disability USDC Victory

Robert A. Friedman, founder and owner of Friedman Disability, describes how he successfully represented a Vietnam veteran (Marine Corps) who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) win his Social Security Disability benefits. If you or a loved one suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are no longer able to work, please contact us to… Read More »

*Update – 2 years Later* The Ripple Effect of PTSD featuring Karen McLaren

Karen McLaren is married to veteran Richard McLaren and together they have spent the past twenty plus years learning about the war related injury, Post Traumatic Stress. Karen found writing poetry a form of therapy in her journey of understanding PTS and she shares her poem, ‘A Veteran’s Wife’ in her beautiful and moving story.… Read More »

Yoga and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:How a Vietnam Vet found his answer.

Listen to the full version on iTunes, Seclairer.com and Stitcher.com. Look for “S’eclairer Chatterbox 32: From Vietnam to Yoga” Joe Marchesani joins us on the Chatterbox as we look back at his experience in Vietnam, and his remarkable story that has lead him to discover, and now teach, Yoga! We touch on post traumatic stress… Read More »

Murphy Williamson | Riddled with PTSD

Murphy Williamson was merely 17 when he joined the Marine Corps. His first week in country, he witnessed a night patrol get ambushed by North Vietnamese Army troops. He immediately transferred out of that unit to the rifle platoon and became a machine gunner, which he did for the rest of his tour. It wasn’t… Read More »

TLBTV: The American Vision – Back From The Front: PTSD

The American Vision – Back From The Front: PTSD, Understanding You & Your Caregivers – With Guest Author, Don Pearsall Don Pearsall, CPC, was born in Moravia, a small farming community nestled in the Central Finger Lakes Region of New York. After High School, he joined the United States Army. He was stationed at a… Read More »