Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) frequently occurs after the experience of traumatic events such as wars, disasters, acute medical events, and domestic violence. It is known as the signature disorder of combat and disaster. Lifetime prevalence PTSD is substantial, estimated as approximately 8% in the United States, with a prevalence of about 4% in any given year Among U.S. military personnel, frequently exposed to traumatic ...Continue Reading →
Last week, I attended a delightful get together at the NewYork-Presbyterian Military Family Wellness Center in New York City. Directors JoAnn DiFide and Yuval Neria discussed promising new initiatives designed to help Veterans and their families cope with PTSD and TBI.
Dr. Neria is Professor of Medical Psychology at the Columbia University Medical Center and “Scientific Advisor” to Stand for the Troops (“SFTT”). Found below is a photograph of Dr. Neria together with Eilhys England, ...Continue Reading →