Are you an Afghanistan/Iraq war veteran who has experienced trauma and struggles with symptoms such as: bad temper, nightmares, depression or anxiety?
You may be eligible to participate in a study testing the effectiveness of group treatment for treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in male veterans. The Men’s Group PTSD Study is a clinical trial comparing two types of group therapy for PTSD. One group focuses on talking directly about past traumatic experiences. The other group focuses on present-day life issues and problems with minimal discussion of past traumas. Both treatments are provided in small groups of 3 male Afghanistan/Iraq war veterans. Participants in the study are: • Asked to complete a set of assessments regarding PTSD on four visits taking place before group therapy starts, following the end of group therapy, 3 months and 6 months after group therapy ends. • Randomly assigned to one of the two treatment groups • Provided with 10 weekly 90-minute group therapy sessions • Compensated for being in the study Call 505-222-3640 for more information and to sign up.
Loosening the Grip of PTSD at the Holidays
For more information on the Men's Group PTSD Study please call: 505-222-3640.
goodtherapy.org When dealing with PTSD makes the holidays seem impossible, turn your focus outward. Focusing on helping others can be an effective way of coping.
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COPING WITH THE HOLIDAYS
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vietnow.com An informal survey of wives of some of the veterans we know revealed that the holiday season can be a “difficult” time. As Maggie,* a 50-year-old wife explains, “It’s a lot of work! I end up doing it all, and my husband doesn’t seem to notice. If the weather’s bad, he sits in front of the TV all day...
This is a fantastic site with some great videos about PTSD. There's even more in there than the one on the first page.
If anyone would like to talk about it and our study, please Call 505-222-3640 or e-mail [email protected].
maketheconnection.net Learn the signs and symptoms of PTSD. Hear stories from other Veterans. Find treatment options for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Here's a very cool video/page & website about PTSD and our soldiers.
Here's a great story...
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[09/07/16] According to a 2008 survey by the RAND Corperation, about 14% of OIF/OEF veterans have PTSD. Less than half of such veterans seek help, and far less actually receive high-quality evidence-based treatment for PTSD. The Men's Group PTSD study is an ideal way for OIF/OEF veterans to receive PTSD services that are well established and have been shown to be effective. Call 505-222-3640 today to talk with the study staff about participating in this important project. If you are a friend or family member of a veteran with PTSD, please call to get more information which you can pass along to your veteran friend or loved one.
Are you (or a loved one) an Afghanistan/Iraq veteran who has experienced trauma and struggles with symptoms such as:
- bad temper
You may be eligible to participate in a study testing the effectiveness of small-group therapy for PTSD and be compensated for being in the study.
Call 505-222-3640 for more information and to sign up
Men's Group PTSD Study
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