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Veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have access to the Veterans Health Administration and Defense Department, which acts as a center for research, data, and services for combat-related PTSD treatment.

 

But for the millions of non-veterans suffering from PTSD, treatment resources are far less comprehensive and accessible, according to a new study published in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry.

 

“For the other people affected by PTSD — victims of sexual assault, child abuse, and natural disasters — there really isn’t an organized body of research that generates guidance for how they and their caregivers should deal with their PTSD,” said lead author Dr. Judith Bentkover, professor in the Brown University School of Public Health.

 

“The best PTSD treatment model we have can be found within the VA,” Bentkover said. “Kids have PTSD. Women have PTSD. It’s not just a disease of veterans, although they are a very important and poignant cohort of people who have it. Sexual assault victims, abused children, survivors of natural disasters do not necessarily have a VA to go to. What do they do?”

 

Read in Full:

http://psychcentral.com/news/2015/12/21/resources-found-lacking-for-non-veterans-with-ptsd/96523.html?li_source=LI&li_medium=most-popular

 

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