Veterans Outside

Being Outdoors is Therapeutic for Veterans with PTSD

Written for the Crockett Foundation by Diane Baren – January 2017 Wilderness therapy, or outdoor therapy programs make use of nature to teach participants habits and skills useful to managing symptoms of depression. By working through team challenges and solving problems outdoors in these programs Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can gain a … Continued

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Art Therapy

Art Therapy for PTSD

Written by Diane Baren for the Crockett Foundation – December 2016 Art therapy could be playing musical instruments, participating in activities where you make things such as sculpture and painting, writing words such as songs, and other forms of creativity. A lot of people think of painting when they hear the word ‘art’. Add the … Continued

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ptsd

PTSD vs. Common PTS

Written for the Crockett Foundation by Diane Baren, October 2016 Recently I spoke with a Marine Veteran who’s articulate, bright, and living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Sometimes people yearn to talk about what’s going on inside themselves – with someone who will understand. Listening, very well, helps build rapport between people. The Veteran … Continued

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