Some veterans experience immediate symptoms of PTSD or pain. These symptoms may last for years. Others find that they are able to return to civilian life and function fairly well for many years. Many, however, develop PTSD symtoms later in life. These can occur even 50 or more years after wartime experience. These symptoms can be triggered by retirement when one has fewer responsibilities and activities to distract from difficult memories. Or, they may be triggered by medical problems which cause one to feel vulnerable. Sometimes, news about current wars or seeing military personnel or equipment will trigger memories. Or, it may be that your previously coped through the use of drugs or alcohol and are now looking for healthy ways to cope with your PTSD. Regardless of why you are now struggling with PTSD, we are here to help. Please don't hesitate to call.
PTSD Evaluations, Disability Evaluations, TBI Assessments, Forensic Evaluations.
Neurofeedback, Cognitive Remediation, Family Therapy, EMDR, Didactical Behavior Theraphy.