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U.S. Marine Corps Reserves Veteran Nick Morrison's Humvee was hit by improvised explosive devices twice while he was deployed in Iraq. When he got home, the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) became debilitating. Nick shares how his survivor's guilt and moral injury caused his PTSD and how WWP’s Road Home Program helped him heal.
Showing the fronts and backs of masks made by veterans with PTSD and TBI, Art Therapist Stephanie Clark talks about how through the process of making, a veteran can process and better understand their traumas.
Army Veteran Tom Voss says that when he took his first meditation workshop, he recognized that it could be helpful for other veterans like him struggling with PTSD and moral injury. He started to host classes and workshops and as he did, he says his own capacity to heal and help others heal expanded.
Her husband was different when he came home from his deployment. Jenna married the love of her life, Isaac, in the United States Navy. He returned home from Afghanistan a changed man. Jenna started feeling stressed out herself.
Army veteran Victor Hurtado has had a very successful career as a musician, producer, and talent coach, but suffered from emotional challenges living with PTSD. It wasn’t until he met Holly that he began to find hope for greater happiness in his life.
Veterans taking part in Warrior Care Network receive a year’s worth of mental health care during a 2-3 week intensive outpatient program (IOP) using evidenced-based treatments and alternative therapies.