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Healing the Invisible Wounds of Our Warriors: A Holistic, Evidence-Based Approach to Treating Combat Veterans
Since 2001, about two million US troops have been deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq alone (US Department of Veterans Affairs, 2010). They have and are still returning with the “invisible wounds of war.” Sadly, among veterans and veteran families, we see higher rates of addiction, depression, suicide, interpersonal violence, and child abuse statistics that highlight the critical and difficult transition back to civilian life.
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Ecotherapy: An Alternative Treatment Modality for Veterans
More than two million US veterans have served in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) since 2001 (Sayer, 2011). Approximately two-fifths of these veterans received some kind of health care and social services through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VHA, 2009).
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