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The Pleasures and Benefits of Art Therapy After TBI and PTSD

The Pleasures and Benefits of Art Therapy After TBI and PTSD

Adam talks about a friend who runs an art therapy program for vets with TBI and PTSD. "It's a place where you can express yourself in a safe, self-paced environment. A place to be with other vets in a quiet, relaxing setting," explains Adam.

Abby Jackson and Cpl. B.J. Jackson on Supporting Intimate Relationships

Abby Jackson and Cpl. B.J. Jackson on Supporting Intimate Relationships

A funny and honest look at sex and intimacy after a brain injury.

An Up-Close Look at How Virtual Iraq/Afghanistan Works to Treat PTSD

An Up-Close Look at How Virtual Iraq/Afghanistan Works to Treat PTSD

Michael Roy, MD, Col. (Ret.) explains how the Virtual Iraq/Afghanistan technology uses sights, smells, and sounds to help service members and veterans deal and overcome the very intense symptoms of PTSD.

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Learn to identify and treat the co-occurring conditions that are common in deployment-related concussion.

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Matt Brown on Becoming a New Person After TBI and PTSD

Matt Brown on Becoming a New Person After TBI and PTSD

Matt Brown, who suffers from combat-related TBI and PTSD, talks about how his family helped him defeat his suicidal tendencies and his depression — and become human again.

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