The following links provide resources for a better understanding of these issues and show examples of the work that people are doing to promote healing in their own communities.
I want to acknowledge that both PTSD and Moral Injury exist outside the military combat experience.
I have chosen to keep the links on this page focused on healing for our veterans.
The exceptions are the last three links:
“Transforming Trauma Stored in the Body”
“Restoration & Balance”
My Deployment Was Not an ‘Adventure,’ as a Children’s Book Tried to Tell My Daughters
PTSD Specialist Explains Stress Science
Grief, Post Traumatic Stress, and Moral Injury
MORAL INJURY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA exists to help past and present military personnel and their families recover from moral and psychological trauma suffered in service to our nation.
When You Can’t Be a Warrior Anymore…Is There a Reason to Go On?
The blog of Thomas C Davis, a Vietnam combat veteran, minister and counselor
Asking the Clergy: How can faith be a healing experience for veterans?
‘Guilt was the biggest injury’: how veterans are using poetry to heal
Spiritual Approaches Critical to Veterans Dealing With PTSD
Ayurvedic Perspectives on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Restoration & Balance: Chinese Medicine’s Gift to Survivors of Trauma
Please contact me through this site if you have other articles that would be useful on these topics.