The inTransition program supports service members receiving treatment for psychological health concerns while they move between health care systems or providers. Skilled coaches will:
Read more at intransition.dcoe.mil.
Service members exposed to combat blasts are at risk for problems with vision, hearing and balance. This webinar will examine current research and evidence-based practices to reduce injury risk and enable prevention and treatment. Join us to discuss “Hearing and Vision Impairment from Combat Trauma” from 1 to 2:30 p.m. (EDT) July 24.
The arguments for using exposure therapy to treat posttraumatic stress disorder are compelling. But, confronting traumatic experiences is not easy, and not for everyone. Retired Army Col. (Dr.) Michael Roy, professor of medicine at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, outlines imaginal,
in vivo and virtual reality exposure therapies in “Will Exposure Therapy to Treat PTSD Work for You?”
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Defense and Veterans Brain Injury