Posted on Sep 29, 2015
SGT Jeff Decker
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March on Veteran (TM) is the first tailor-made PTSD program available 24/7 from the privacy and comfort of your home. We are looking for a select group of veterans to test an early version of its PTSD support program. The pilot test is open to any veteran that thinks he/she suffers from PTSD and will be limited to the first 50 veterans that respond.

The program does NOT involve the VA. There is NO charge. Your information will NOT be shared.

We simply would like you to complete the test program and provide us with your candid feedback. We want to know what you liked, what you didn’t like, and what we can do differently to improve our ability to help vets with PTSD.

If you are interested, please email us at [login to see] .
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MAJ Armored Combat Command Commander
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Yes, we need to push the envelope of PTSD therapy.
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MAJ Armored Combat Command Commander
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I have a question, is the VA's approach to PTSD therapy random in nature?
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SGT Jeff Decker
SGT Jeff Decker
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I don't think VA's approach is random at all. In fact, I think that it is too inflexible. Each veteran is unique and the trauma that each veteran experienced is also unique. This makes it difficult for one-size-fits-all treatment approaches used to meet individual veteran needs. While the VA has many competent counselors that can, and do, tailor general treatment options to veterans, they are being overwhelmed by increases in veteran need.
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PO2 Brandon Boucher
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I'm really interested to hear what they are doing....this is very vague.
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SGT Jeff Decker
SGT Jeff Decker
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The program is like PTSD Coach but with an actual PTSD training program that is personalized to meet each veteran's needs.
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