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Please inform other Veterans, particularly those with PTSD as well that it is important to get the word out that real and lasting change can truly happen.



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Blog by Dr. Ron Park My colleague, Dr. Ron Parks has written a comprehensive article entitled: PTSD, Terror and Trauma - Holistic Approach. A greater number of people, appear to be now having more exposure to terror events, trauma and are developing an increase in trauma-related illnesses, including PTSD - View on
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Silkies Hike to raise awareness of PTSD - Veterans





Robert Wilson The implications of this procedure being a success, backed by the science (empirical data), you've possibly saved a lot of lives.

Good job George Lindenfeld. I've started sharing this information, at the same time asking that they also f
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Announcement from RESET Therapy: An amazing intervention for PTSDNew Sarasota Herald Tribune article on PTSD treatment with RESET Therapy. Cut & paste the following into your browser:

http://veterans.heraldtribune.com/2015/11/18/silkies-hike-to-raise-awareness-of-ptsd/
 

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Hope Stanger, HHC Congratulations, George! This is an excellent article. Thanks for the difference you are making with RESET healing people's lives from PTSD!! You might want to get in touch with Bessel van der Kolk up in Boston. I'm just about finis... Kindle DiscountOn December 06 & 07 "The Twenty Minute Trauma Fix' will be discounted on Kindle to 99 cents for a limited time. Also, I have been writing a new article for Academia.edu with Dr. George Rozelle, (QEEG Expert) entitled 'PTSD: Brain on Fire.' You don't ...The Twenty Minute Trauma FixThis book is now online at Amazon Books. On December 06 & 07 it will sell for 99 cents. Please let veterans & their family be aware of this. p.s., I'm working on another paper with Dr. George Rozelle in Sarasota that will be called something like: PT...



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Please inform other Veterans, particularly those with PTSD as well that it is important to get the word out that real and lasting change can truly happen.

 

Looking for the elusive therapists . . .

. . . who know RESET therapy and how to use a BAUD. Is there a website directory you could link me to? And are you actively practicing, or are you only writing and training?

Talk therapy less effective than previously thought.


  • Bobby Fields
    Bobby Fields Interesting read, but I am not sure how the 55 NIH-funded studies are more or less significant than the hundreds of studies on different "talk therapy" options for depression. A meta-analysis should be much more comprehensive than this, I would think.


Study finds how child abuse changes the brain

  • Kurt Wilkens


Risk for PTSD did not significantly differ between Male & Female service personnel


Newspaper article: 8/22/15

A wonderful article has just been published online by the Sarasota Herald Tribune entitled: "Veterans with PTSD praise audio-therapy results." This is about RESET Therapy, the BAUD & my use of this treatment with veterans. Look for it at:

http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20150822/ARTICLE/150829944?p=1&tc=pg

  • JoAnne MacTaggart, Psy.D, RRT

New Study Questions Effectiveness of Current PTSD Treatments

  • Lynn Lennon
    Lynn Lennon I'm not sure it is that different. This photo is showing hyperactivation but not showing (often concomitant) hypoactivation areas.

    Dunno - lemme think on it- doing about six things at once at the moment...


    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Revelation


Female Veteran Suicide - "It's staggering,"


  • George Lindenfeld


Announcement from RESET Therapy: An amazing intervention for PTSD

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Neuronal circuit disorder



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  • Caroline Culliton

PTSD has a lasting effect throughout one's life course

Landmark research that began a generation ago has found that veterans from the Vietnam era with persistent posttraumatic stress disorder have shown surprisingly little improvement in their condition. In a recent article from the New York Times, Doctor Charles Marmar, chairman of psychiatry at NYU Langone Medical Center and director of the NYU Veterans Center noted that, “A significant number of veterans are going to have PTSD for a lifetime unless we do something radically different. More than 18% of those with PTSD have died by retirement age, about twice the percentage of those without the disorder.”

See my article in Academia.edu regarding RESET Therapy.

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Another scandal..Another scandal... There is a new investigation into alleged misconduct and improper prescriptive practices by Cincinnati VA chief of staff according to cryptic messages from the agency. At the center of the allegations is acting chief of staff is a thoracic surgeon Barbara Temeck, MD. The investigation involves prescriptive privileges and scripts written for numerous people including VISN 10 director Jack Hetrick. Hetrick recused himself from the investigation since it involves his wife... [read on] Get the rest Numerous state attorney generals are demanding that the US Department of Veterans Affairs reinstate GI Bill benefits for veterans defrauded by for-profit colleges. Attorney generals (AGs) in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington sent Secretary Bob McDonald a letter demanding restoration of GI Bill benefits. The justification is that for-profit colleges uses deceptive tactics to recruit veterans while the agency failed to verify education quality. According to Illinois AG Lisa Madigan: “Veterans earn educational benefits through their heroic service to our country… They should not return home and become targets of predatory, bogus colleges whose only interest in our veterans is to profit off them. It’s critical that our tax dollars allow student veterans to get a true education and the opportunities it provides.” The problem with the schools was that they promised veterans jobs after graduation that never materialized. In fact, those colleges provided such low quality educations that employers do not accept nor would other colleges accept them for transfer credits. Recruiters used proven psychotherapy techniques to manipulate veterans into enrolling. VA then paid benefits without verifying the claims made by such colleges. Veterans used up the benefits without the result they were promised. GI BILL RESTORATION STRATEGY The AGs are also suggesting VA adopt the following four strategies to protect veterans moving forward. According to Progress Illinois, those strategies are: Exercising current federal statutory authority to provide relief to these veterans. In cases where the VA has authorized the use of benefits contrary to its own governing statutes and regulations, federal law (38 U.S.C. §503) provides the VA discretion to offer equitable relief that would give back to the veterans full eligibility and entitlement to their benefits that they have lost from the schools’ conduct. Restoring these benefits would allow the veterans to obtain an education that will help them advance their careers. Triggering Automatic Reviews. The VA should establish that a review to exercise this discretion will automatically take place in any of the following cases: (1) when the U.S. Department of Education, a state regulatory agency, or a state attorney general takes a regulatory or enforcement action against a school; (2) when a court enters a judgment against a school, or (3) upon application by a veteran or a group of veterans alleging that an education program or college has utilized advertising, sales, or enrollment practices which are erroneous, deceptive, or misleading. Taking Proactive Steps To Provide Full and Accurate Information. The VA should take proactive steps to guarantee that veterans will be furnished full and accurate information about their education options to prevent them from enrolling in schools that employ aggressive and misleading marketing practices. Increasing Cooperation. The VA should continue and increase its support of efforts of state regulatory agencies and attorneys general in protecting veterans from misconduct. So what do you think about the plan? Should veterans receive the benefit, or harm, of their own educated choice of attending for-profit colleges? Or, should VA reinstate the GI Bill benefits of veterans defrauded? I used to be rather cynical about this, but VA does have a fiduciary duty to ensure colleges provide the quality education they promise before approving a veteran’s attendance. The past two presidential administrations were clearly asleep at the wheel while veterans were ripped off.

To the quality counselors out there, thank you for your diligent efforts!