Addressing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder at the Family Level

While treating a veteran with post traumatic stress disorder is important, it is also proving to be equally as important to ensure that their friends and loved ones are being taken care of as well. When everything comes together the results have proven to be beyond the expectations of those involved in the overall treatment process.

While treating a veteran with post traumatic stress disorder is important, it is also proving to be equally as important to ensure that their friends and loved ones are being taken care of as well. When everything comes together the results have proven to be beyond the expectations of those involved in the overall treatment process.

This new approach is being attempted by Mayer Bellehsen, PhD, Director of the Mildred and Frank Feinberg Division of the Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and their Families and his staff as they work to help not just one patient but the whole family unit navigate through what can be a very difficult time for everyone involved.