Traumatic Brain Injury

by Guest Author: Victoria Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the military is different than Traumatic Brain Injury with civilians in some key ways. While both can cause similar physiological damage, and can produce identical signs

2018-02-26T20:03:40+00:00 By |1 Comment

SSDI vs. VA Disability

How to Qualify for SSDI While Receiving VA Benefits by Guest Contributor, Disability Benefits Help The United States is home to around 22.8 million veterans. Of these, around 8 million receive VA benefits for a

2018-02-02T10:06:06+00:00 By |0 Comments

HBOT – Drowning Recovery

REVERSAL OF DROWNING? Abstract A 2-year-old girl experienced cardiac arrest after cold water drowning. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed deep gray matter injury on day 4 and cerebral atrophy with gray and white matter loss

2018-01-29T01:00:18+00:00 By |0 Comments

PTSD and Suicide in Veterans

PTSD and Suicide in Veterans of Combat Situations: Military and First Responders by Guest Author: Barbara M. Maxwell, Ph.D.      Much has been written about the relationship between PTSD and the risk of suicide

2018-01-27T15:54:11+00:00 By |0 Comments


I realize I have maybe 5 seconds of your time… and I’ve already used that up in this opening line..! Please hang with me through this message…   I just watched “Snowden”.  A movie about

2018-01-09T21:21:46+00:00 By |0 Comments

Cries for Help

Veterans In Need - EMERGENCIES <---- click here for their stories Just as so many respond when natural disasters hit, I am asking you to consider what is happening to and among our veterans as

2018-01-09T21:23:57+00:00 By |0 Comments

Narrative Therapy

The narrative approach to psychotherapy involves deconstructing and picking apart maladaptive and punitive constructions about self, constructions that aren’t historically accurate in an objective sense, and re-conceptualizing them in ways that present that self

2018-01-09T21:24:09+00:00 By |4 Comments

The Healer

Tonight I watched 'THE HEALER'... which is about a family of individuals who had super healing powers and it was this young mans' turn (it skips generations) to be the healer, but he refused the

2018-01-09T21:24:22+00:00 By |0 Comments

PTSD – Common Questions

Common Questions about PTSD Are some people more likely to get PTSD than others? Research has shown that individuals who come from dysfunctional chaotic families and may have suffered from conduct disorder as teenagers are

2018-01-09T21:25:17+00:00 By |0 Comments