Psychology, Psychopathology, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Ptsd)
Veterans Running Battles with the Government of Canada by David T. MacLeod and Harold O. Leduc
War has evolved, and so have Canada’s security needs. A key asset in any military is high-quality personnel. However, the Canadian Armed Forces ability to attract quality personnel hinges on the success of Veteran Affairs Canada’s ability to care ...
A Soldier’s Journey to PTSD and Back by LCol Chris Linford
Warrior Rising is a very personal and inspirational story of LCol Chris Linford’s road to a diagnosis of PTSD after three operational deployments to the Gulf War, Rwanda, and Kandahar, Afghanistan. He recounts his associated war stories, but it was ...
How to Lead When Things Go Bad by G. Paul Isaak
Designed to equip leaders, supervisors, and managers in understanding and supporting those experiencing a personal crisis, Through the Storm offers invaluable and pragmatic leadership advice. Providing a practical guide to understanding trauma and ...
Forgotten Voices & Military Mental Health by John J. Whelan
Operational Stress Injuries and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are among the possible consequences facing members of the Canadian military. Unlike the potential physical consequences of dangerous deployments, psychological injuries are not ...
Understanding and Moving Beyond by Céline Paris
"What is happening to me? Nothing feels the same. Why me? I used to be in control of my emotions and my life. I want it back." Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can happen to anyone, including the strongest and the bravest. It makes you feel ...
Transforming Survival into a Life Worth Living by A. E. Huppert
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder doesn’t have to be a lifetime sentence . . . mere survival is optional. Have you: • Lost someone you know to suicide, war, or natural disaster? • Experienced something you just can’t ‘get over’? • Tried counseling, ...