Help for Homeless Vets

ptsd

Problem-Solving Training thru PAIRS

Resolving PTSD/Trauma Through

Healing PTSD Trauma” on CD

Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW. LCSW-R, CtH

Homeless veterans are facing multiple problems. Military may return home unprepared to cope with PTSD and then to top it off, face financial and communication problems with their loved ones. PAIRS has developed a unique program to help the military and their families develop problem-solving and communication skills to strengthen family life to ensure veterans will not end up alone and homeless. PAIRS has been doing an excellent job to teach veterans and their families how to solve their problems of daily living, however, it does not include therapeutic intervention for post-traumatic stress (PTSD). This is where “Healing PTSD Trauma” on CD fills the gap and provides the effective solution to heal PTSD.

Nearly 131,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Most of them are suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTSD). PTSD can be resolved in an accelerated fashion through my “Healing PTSD Trauma” on CD. It is the solution for present and past emotional trauma, no matter how it occurred, whether while deployed, or in a flood, fire, or accident, exposed to criminal violence, sexual abuse or any other life threatening event. While listening to “Healing PTSD Trauma” the symptoms of post-traumatic stress (PTSD) will be transmuted.

Now let me return to the nearly 131,000 veterans which are homeless on any given night. Nearly twice as many are estimated to be homeless over the course of the year. The total would be over 262,000 veterans homeless. The data was provided by Kelly Kent, Sr. Program Manager of Strategic Partnerships at the Corporation for Supportive Housing.

Veterans account for one third of the men that are homeless. Many of them are chronically homeless.

These are the men that have fallen between the cracks of the system, presumably without the safety net of disability to rely on. These are the veterans that have put their lives on the line in patriotic duty.

At times, unprepared for the responsibilities of civilian life, after deployment, suddenly a dual crisis may set in. One is caused by having to process events which happened overseas, possibly PTSD. The other is caused by feeling stuck and ill-prepared to face the responsibilities of life back home.

Stress and anxiety may set in about financial struggles, mortgage payments, credit card debt and insufficient budgeting skills.

Before deployment deeply in love, couples may experience a change in their relationship as time moves on. The partner who returns from deployment may not be the same anymore. Not each spouse is willing or able to live with a partner suffering from PTSD or physical disability.

Let us assume for a moment that the only issues a young couple faces are budgeting skills, relationship and communication skills. PAIRS has been offering an easy solution.The program of PAIRS is geared to very low income singles and couples. The emphasis is to improve communication skills, problem solving and emotional understanding among couples. 93% of the participants showed sustained improvements in resolving conflicts and overall relationship satisfaction. Looking at the PAIRS program, the mission is clear: Once individuals learn to resolve conflicts in all areas of life, they will also be able to maintain homes, families and relationships.

Now let us return to the second issue: To resolve post-traumatic stress (PTSD) of veterans in an effcient way. This is where “Healing PTSD Traumaon CD comes in. It resolves any present and past emotional trauma and transmutes the symptoms of post-traumatic stress (PTSD) through an energetic shift of the Universal Vibrational Therapy™ in an accelerated fashion. It is unique, gentle and safe.

Healing PTSD Trauma” on CD, together with the Companion CD “Restabilize Your Energy” and “Success Strategies” to inspire wanted behavior change is your effective solution to winning your life back, to owning yourself again

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