Tag Archives: Vietnam

The Real Truth About Anthony "Tony" Morris – What You May Not Have Realized

“Between six and eight of every ten (or 60% to 80% of) Vietnam Veterans seeking PTSD treatment have alcohol use problems. War Veterans with PTSD and alcohol problems tend to be binge drinkers. Binge drinking is when a person drinks a lot of alcohol (4-5 drinks) in a short period of time (1-2 hours). Binges… 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 »

Treating Chronic PTSD in Vietnam Vets Video

Watch the full video at: visit https://www.psychotherapy.net/video/ptsd Watch renowned psychiatrist and PTSD expert Frank Ochberg work with a Vietnam veteran who has struggled with his chronic PTSD for 40 years. The full video includes commentary by therapist and patient, as well as demonstrations of the Counting Method and Color Wheel techniques. Source: Youtube

Psychotherapy for Chronic PTSD Video

Watch the full video at: http://www.psychotherapy.net/video/ptsd Watch PTSD expert, Frank Ochberg, MD, works with his actual client Terry, a Vietnam veteran who suffered from PTSD for 40 years using The Counting Method. Source: Youtube

PTSD – Interview with Tim Carter (part 5 of 5, made with Spreaker)

Source: Post traumatic stress disorder is normally associated with those who have been in combat. PTSD symptoms can appear in those who have been through any traumatic experience such as natural disasters, rape, combat, abuse and other factors. Tim Carter experienced the loss of a mother when he was 15, the loss of a 15… Read More »