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Horses helping people put their minds in motion - 8 years of effective treatment

Now in it's 8th year of delivering equine assisted services, Minds-n-Motion effectively assists active duty/retired service members in overcoming the limitations that accompany trauma related experiences. Experiential in design our work incorporates horses with proven psychotherapeutic interventions

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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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New Hope:Treating Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries from the Outside-In

There are no effective treatments for treating severe TBI. In order to address this unmet need, we propose to design and engineer a tissue engineered construct that mimics brain tissue and consists of bioactive elements capable of inducing the repair and replacement of lost brain tissue.

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Creative Arts Access Online

Out of the 1500+ VA medical centers and CBOCs, there are fewer than 75 creative arts therapists. Our nations veterans have very little access to arts therapies. An online community of arts therapists should be established to provide access for veterans who cannot get to hospitals with arts access.

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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT-Tapping) Provides Great Relief to Veterans!

Who would believe that "tapping" on acupressure points on your face and upper body could possibly lead to emotional relief from long standing trauma, in sometimes, just a few sessions? Skilled practitioners can use & teach veterans to use these techniques to address past, present & future issues.

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