PTSD

Military Times: Sleep problems persist after PTSD treatment, study of active troops finds

December 1, 2016
 

Sleep disturbance is one of the most common issues individuals with PTSD face. Specifically, insomnia and nightmares plague the vast majority of those struggling with the disorder. Read the full story at Military Times

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Waco Tribune-Herald: PTSD research from Fort Hood focuses on emotional examination

December 1, 2016
 

Active-duty military personnel with post-traumatic stress disorder benefit from therapy based in examining recurrent thoughts and controlling quick judgments, new research conducted at Fort Hood found. Read the full story at the Waco Tribune-Herald

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Study finds talk therapy for civilians with PTSD effective for military

November 23, 2016
 

A leading talk therapy for civilians with post-traumatic stress disorder, known as Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), also is effective for many who suffer from combat-related PTSD.

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Study finds therapy for civilians with PTSD effective for military

November 23, 2016
 

A leading talk therapy for civilians with post-traumatic stress disorder, known as Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), also is effective for many who suffer from combat-related PTSD.

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Fox News: Telemedicine may work as well as in-person visits for depression

November 18, 2016
 

Treating depression with video conference calls may offer symptom improvement similar to in-person visits, a recent U.S. study suggests. Read the full story at Fox News

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News Medical: Individual cognitive therapy effective in relieving PTSD symptoms in active-duty military members

November 15, 2016
 

Although both group and individual therapy can ease post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in active-duty military service members, individual therapy relieved PTSD symptoms better and quicker, according to a study led by a Duke University School of Medicine researcher. Read the full story at News Medical

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