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Invisible Wounds: Life after military sexual assault and PTSD | Veterans Coming Home

Stacey Thompson was proud to be a woman in the Marines. But after she reported being sexually assaulted by her sergeant she was given an “other than honorable” discharge that left her without military benefits. Struggling with PTSD, Stacey waged a decade-long battle to regain her health and military honors. The military eventually acknowledged its… Read More »

Meg PTSD Resolution third party interview part 2

Third party interview with Meg: Question… Can you tell us about your story and what problems you were facing? In this third party interview Meg talks about what sort of problems she was facing in her memory recovery after childhood sexual trauma. Visit my website for more content: http://cheriedoyen.com Have a question or an idea… Read More »

Trauma Specialist Dr. Elspeth Ritchie: How To Understand PTSD

This week’s Conversation That Matters features Dr. Elspeth Ritchie the Chief Clinical Officer in the Department of Mental Health for the District of Columbia who says, “when it comes to PTSD we’re all vulnerable.” According to Dr. Ritchie, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder happens to people who, “have had a trauma and as a result of the… Read More »