Veterans Health

Health at Home: Bringing PTSD Care to Warriors

Many veterans and service members have survived traumatic situations, and experiencing trauma may have significant implications for mental health. An estimated 1 in 3 warriors struggles with invisible wounds, such as posttraumatic stress disorder...

How to Strengthen Resilience During Times of Stress

We are living in a stressful time due to the pandemic. It is important to acknowledge that crises affect everyone, but it is possible to utilize healthy coping techniques to develop resilience - the...

Common Questions About PTSD

There are many misconceptions about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and how it can be treated. By exploring a few fallacies about the disorder, the team at Emory Healthcare Veterans Program wants to emphasize that...

Bridging Access to PTSD Care in Primary Care

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP) is known for its innovative research when it comes to treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Now the team behind the research is working to make treatment more accessible nationwide....

Using Virtual Reality as Therapy for PTSD

June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month and Emory Healthcare Veterans Program would like to share how it uses Prolonged Exposure therapy and Virtual Reality Exposure therapy to heal invisible wounds. Our highly...

How to Support Veterans with PTSD During 4th of July

With summer here and the 4th of July around the corner, Emory Healthcare Veterans Program would like to remind you that fireworks can cause discomfort for our combat Veterans. Good times for you can...

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program Clinical Director Dr. Rauch Talks About Veterans Reintegration and Mental Health

Most servicemembers will have some type of adjustment period after returning home from deployment. For each person the process is different depending on different variables during and after deployment. Mental health issues, traumatic brain...

The Impact of Brain Injury on Veterans

Nearly 20% of deployed military personnel experience traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBIs are any brain injury caused by an outside force. These injuries can be “closed,” such as from a fall or motor vehicle accident...

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