David Delaney is a veteran of the Air Force;  please be in touch if we can assist your in your recovery process…
The Department of Veterans Affairs states that 95% of all military members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan will suffer from some form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result of their military service. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) has proven to be a successful treatment for military related PTSD, however it has not been recently studied. This study is a comparison of EMDR and Treatment as Usual (talk therapy) for veterans with military related PTSD over a 12 session course of treatment in a pre-, post, and follow up design. Future studies will replicate this project in order to 1) increase the pool of subjects, 2) establish the effectiveness of EMDR over a prolonged amount of time, and 3) continue to evaluate the decrease or eradication of PTSD symptoms in veterans.

Two disturbing numbers stand out in The American Legion’s recent survey of veterans dealing with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder: 59 percent and 30 percent.

Of the more than 3,100 respondents who completed the online survey in February, 59 percent reported either feeling no improvement or worse after undergoing TBI and PTSD treatment. And 30 percent said they had terminated their treatment plan before completion.

We offer EFFECTIVE treatment for PTSD/Traumatic Brain Injury here at BoulderNeuroFeedback.com that gets the veteran back into their life.