Blaming the Veteran: The Politics of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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introduction
part I
part II
part III
PTSD resources

About the Authors

D.E. Ford, M.S.W. is a clinical social worker with concentrations in depressive and anxiety disorders, trauma, and substance abuse. She was a pioneer of humor therapy with inpatient psychiatric populations, teaching comedy improvisation techniques in group therapy settings. She has served as Utilization Management Director of a psychiatric hospital, as a managed care consultant, and as a corporate behavioral health consultant. On the ePluribus Media board of directors, she also serves as an editor, on the public relations team, and as a citizen journalist.

Commander Jeff Huber, US Navy (Retired) was a flight instructor, operations officer of Carrier Air Wing 9 and the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, and commanding officer of VAW-124, an E-2C Hawkeye squadron. Jeff's satires on military and foreign policy affairs have appeared in Proceedings, The Navy, Military, and GlobalEar. His essays have been required student reading at the U.S. Naval War College, where Jeff received a master's degree in national security studies in 1995. He recently co-authored an article on command and control of naval forces for Jane's Fighting Ships. Stop by Pen & Sword. He is an editor and citizen journalist with ePluribus Media.

I.L. Meagher is an activist and citizen journalist with ePluribus Media. She holds a Highest Honors A.A. in English, and is planning to complete her B.A. in Journalism at Northern Illinois University. She is the owner of a Midwest content development and online publishing firm and is currently researching the 1956 Hungarian Revolution as well as cataloguing cases of combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder. Her new blog, PTSD Combat: Winning the War Within, offers the returning combat veteran resources, news, research, and a listing of the latest veteran events.


introduction
part I
part II
part III
ptsd resources