Mental Health and TBI Care Challenge

Submitted by (@terry01)

Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression (CR) Wins over PTSD, MST, and Suicide

CR is a non-linear, sequencing model for decreasing repetitive behaviors. Using the 5 senses as descriptors for memories, we look for missing or odd information getting us to the unknown core block that is driving these behaviors. CR is successful on 5 continents, in 9 countries and 22 US States.

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Understanding the real enemy

Ignorance is always our worst enemy. Wars are won because we know our enemy and we can anticipate their next move. Education with an emphasis on destigmatization of PTSD and TBI before deployment is the key. Without it, how can we expect our servicemen to know how to battle their mental injuries?

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Mental Health and TBI Care Challenge

Submitted by (@frankieleon)

Mental Health CPR

I am not a medical professional but have saved a life with CPR. I propose a CPR type training helps people create a bridge between those affected with PTSD/TBI and Medical providers. Something simple like: (RULE)- R (recognize) U (understand) L (listen) E (encourage). It would empower and assist.

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TBI/PTSD Education for Caregivers, Families & Friends-Care Continuum Involvement

Caregivers know little about TBI. They don't understand why their loved ones act & communicate they way they do & often respond negatively; impacting their relationship. They are unfamiliar with their loved one's treatments. They have lost support from family & friends because of behavioral issues.

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Mental Health and TBI Care Challenge

Submitted by (@roseabuds)

3 month debriefing before released

A three-month deep briefing required before honorary discharge from the military. My son is a veteran from the United States Marine Corps. The USMC tells our soldiers if they get help they are a week person. Same day access for help with sucide thoughts and therapy help. Waiting too long is deadly.

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Mental Health and TBI Care Challenge

Submitted by (@carlandanne)

Understanding PTSD and it's effects on traditional social behavior

My husband could not attend funerals where the casket was open for viewing because he could smell the dead body. Collecting anecdotal behaviors from spouses or caregivers and sharing that information would help people understand why veterans who have survived combat have different social cues..

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