Silent Cages: Breaking Free from the Psychological Bondage of PTSD, Military Trauma & Debilitating Stress$11.99 (USD) | #PTSDchat

Silent Cages: Breaking Free from the Psychological Bondage of PTSD, Military Trauma & Debilitating Stress
$11.99 (USD)

by Jay Thomas Fox (Author), Army Specialist Gary McLain (Introduction)

Silent Cages is a GAME CHANGER because it holds the answer to PTSD! A book designed around a therapy that brings those with like injuries and struggles together in small groups called SSG (Stress Support Group)s. This is how we reduce the veteran suicide rate and bring healing to those who fight the battle of TRAUMA and STRESS. Silent Cages addresses the gaps in mental health care for U.S. Veterans, current Military Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen, Coast Guardsman, Reservists, First Responders, Police Officers, Firefighters, EMTs their families, their caregivers, and all those who run into danger or who have suffered trauma or debilitating stress. There is a Care gap, a Support gap and a Healing gap that is contributing to 20 or more veterans a day committing suicide and the unraveling of military families according to many recent studies. Spouses and caregivers are looking for answers to difficult questions to PTSD, mTBI and the affects of Combat Trauma. Silent Cages provides 32 Lessons (see Table of Contents for list of subjects) and over 40 collaborative videos on Youtube from Family & Trauma Counselor, Jay Thomas Fox, M.S. This ebook (and soon to be released paperback) uncovers the road to true Care, Support and Healing that led to a PTSD therapy especially developed for the trauma community REMM (Replacement Experience Memory Method). This book is the result of three years of research, interviews, counseling and passion to bring a method of dealing with mental injuries that works for military and first responder families and anyone who suffers from debilitating stress and wants to break free from the negative and stress producing symptoms.

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