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PTSD By Ken Larson
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In 2005 Ken Larson underwent treatment at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota for PTSD, having self-treated the illness since returning from Vietnam in 1968 He chose not... More > to be treated when advances in care became available in the mid 1980's, driven by a need to keep his security clearances in the defense industry. That dilemma is described in his book," Odyssey of Armaments" and is a story for another time. This journal has been a powerful catalyst in Ken's recovery. It combines thoughts as he worked his way through a traumatic past with favorite photos of nature taken in his odyssey. The resulting marriage of written word and visual expression permitted resolutions to issues that haunted him. Although the journal is still a work in process, it is published here in the hope it may educate and perhaps assist others like him who have suffered from PTSD to come out of the darkness and into the light.< Less
First Person: Combat PTSD By Rob Honzell, Sr., M.S.
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A First Person Account of my Life's Journey before, during, and after serving in a Marine Recon Combat unit in Vietnam. This book will be of interests to Combat Veterans suffering from PTSD,... More > families of PTSD Veterans and/or people diagnosed with PTSD, professionals treating PTSD patients/clients and the general public as a whole.< Less
First Person: Combat PTSD By Rob Honzell, Sr., M.S.
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A First Person Account of my Life's Journey before, during, and after serving in a Marine Recon Combat unit in Vietnam. This book will be of interests to Combat Veterans suffering from PTSD,... More > families of PTSD Veterans and/or people diagnosed with PTSD, professionals treating PTSD patients/clients and the general public as a whole.< Less
A Simple Guide to Understanding Ptsd By Lisa Ficocelli & Austin Mardon
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A Simple Guide to Understanding PTSD aims to help make understanding post-traumatic stress disorder an easier task for everyone, this is not only for those who suffer from PTSD, but to those close to... More > a victim as well. From the origin and history of PTSD to strategies and tips to coping with and ultimately overcoming PTSD, this book will cover all that and more.< Less
A Simple Guide to Understanding PTSD By Lisa Ficocelli & Austin Mardon
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A Simple Guide to Understanding PTSD aims to help make understanding post-traumatic stress disorder an easier task for everyone, this is not only for those who suffer from PTSD, but to those close to... More > a victim as well. From the origin and history of PTSD to strategies and tips to coping with and ultimately overcoming PTSD, this book will cover all that and more.< Less
My Mommy has PTSD By Reggie Cervantes et al.
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Reggie, Buddy and Lia Cervantes were deeply affected by the attacks on September 11th, at the World Trade Center. Reggie was a Rescue Worker at Ground Zero. Her children overheard many times during... More > the day that many firefighters, police officers and rescue workers died. The lack of communication made things difficult. This book came about from the conversations Reggie and her daughter, Lia had with other children explaining why they didn't do things most families do. They are still recovering from their PTSD. Reggie Cervantes, like many other Rescue Workers from the World Trade Center on 9/11 is suffering from lung disease and is permanently disabled. My Mommy Has PTSD is her first book. She has also completed a second children’s book about 9/11 that is slated for publication in the spring of 2007.< Less
My Mommy has PTSD By Reggie Cervantes et al.
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Reggie, Buddy and Lia Cervantes were deeply affected by the attacks on September 11th, at the World Trade Center. Reggie was a Rescue Worker at Ground Zero. Her children overheard many times during... More > the day that many firefighters, police officers and rescue workers died. The lack of communication made things difficult. This book came about from the conversations Reggie and her daughter, Lia had with other children explaining why they didn't do things most families do. They are still recovering from their PTSD. Reggie Cervantes, like many other Rescue Workers from the World Trade Center on 9/11 is suffering from lung disease and is permanently disabled. My Mommy Has PTSD is her first book. She has also completed a second children’s book about 9/11 that is slated for publication in the spring of 2007.< Less
A New Perspective on PTSD By Robert Anthony
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A New Perspective on PTSD is based on information I have accumulated throughout my recovery process using REBT to dismantle the flashbacks associated with PTSD. I suffered child abuse in addition to... More > over 20 other traumas before age 32 and would flash back under stress. The therapeutic process I went through was not organized, or structured. The main fault with that type of approach is that my therapist and I would uncover issues that I found troublesome, that could not be resolved with-in the hour I was given. A New Perspective on PTSD is what I needed; a structured process for resolving the internal conflicts created by and that create flashbacks. Since I worked with many therapists, I have developed the strategic process I have now been able to provide you. This is the shortest, most direct route for dealing with and overcoming PTSD from most any experience. Combined with therapy with a PTSD specialist this book can bring your vivid reliving of the trauma down to simply an uncomfortable memory.< Less
A New Perspective on PTSD By Robert Anthony
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A New Perspective on PTSD is based on information I have accumulated throughout my recovery process using REBT to dismantle the flashbacks associated with PTSD. I suffered child abuse in addition to... More > over 20 other traumas before age 32 and would flash back under stress. The therapeutic process I went through was not organized, or structured. The main fault with that type of approach is that my therapist and I would uncover issues that I found troublesome, that could not be resolved with-in the hour I was given. A New Perspective on PTSD is what I needed; a structured process for resolving the internal conflicts created by and that create flashbacks. Since I worked with many therapists, I have developed the strategic process I have now been able to provide you. This is the shortest, most direct route for dealing with and overcoming PTSD from most any experience. Combined with therapy with a PTSD specialist this book can bring your vivid reliving of the trauma down to simply an uncomfortable memory.< Less
Combat PTSD in America By Daniel Williams
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Dr. Williams explains the mechanics of how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder works in the every day life of the combat veteran. He uses easily accessible examples to understand the complex neuroscience,... More > such as neurons and extension cords, or an ice cream truck's alarm sound. This helps the reader really "get it" while still sharing important clinical information not found elsewhere. This book offers insights into the inner workings of the veteran's mind, which has proven an enigma for generations. Family, friends, professionals, veterans and first responders will better understand what survivors have experienced-and how to help.< Less

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