Social Anxiety

Some vets avoid social situations because they anticipate their contact with others will go badly—the Vet or others may feel awkward—attempts to communicate will go awry—or the Vet just doesn’t like to leave the house or apartment because it makes him/her very uncomfortable or panicked.  Without intervention, these feelings and behaviors often result in isolation […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Awareness, diagnosis, and treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury has advanced significantly in recent years, due in large part to the numbers of affected veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.  If you are impacted or feel you may be impacted by TBI, we can help you receive the services you need to address this condition. […]

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

One of the central characteristics of armed conflict is “loss of control.” Combat may rank second only to death in terms of experiencing a loss of control. Many of us, in the midst of a fire fight, have implored God to, “Please get me out of here!” Even if we escape without a scratch, the […]

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