Dear Friends:

Back with another installment on healing our military Wounded Warriors and Veterans through the arts and nature. In the current wars, our biggest problems are not bullet wounds, or even amputations, but traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Studies have estimated as many as 30% of those deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan may have one or both of these conditions! These injuries wreak havoc with work performance, personal well-being, and family life. While conventional medicine (pills and surgery) are sometimes helpful, quite often they are not effective. Fortunately, there is growing evidence that some simple and inexpensive therapies– making art and music, and spending time in nature– are often very helpful in TBI/PTSD. Did you know, for instance, that:

–Art therapy reduced anxiety and depression in a group of Veterans with PTSD (Carr, Psychology and Theory Psychotherapy Research and Practice, 85: 179-202)

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