PTSD: A Family Affair

Military Network Radio with Linda Kreter & co-host Jason McNamara presents:

PTSD: A Family Affair

PTSD is often thought of primarily with veterans and first responders, but the effects of living with someone with PTSD can influence behavior throughout a family. Learn how to recognize PTS in teens and children, as well as how the family can work toward Post-Traumatic Growth.

Judy Davis, known to military families as The Direction Diva is a motivational speaker, author, blogger, and military life and teen suicide prevention expert. She speaks and works with her son, Geoffrey at www.LivingThruCrisis.com, and her books, Right Side Up and Warning Signs: Are Your Teens at Risk are go-to resources for military families.

Ingrid Yee, the founder of Military Spouse Behavioral Health Clinicians (MSBHC) and currently a research psychologist as Director of Military and Veteran Policy at NAMI headquarters in Washington, DC, she focuses on risk in National Guard families as well as military families in general. Learn more about where to seek help and to find resources of value.

Download their podcast here on demand 24/7: http://bit.ly/FamPTSDListen now to the broadcast by clicking below. Also available in iTunes podcasts under Military Network Radio. Air date 09Jun2015.

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