I Googled the following: What is the proper treatment for Veterans with PTSD?
Here are two responses:
Treatment of PTSD – PTSD: National Center for PTSD
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Describes the treatments shown to be effective for PTSD and what you can expect from your therapist. … The VA is providing two forms of cognitive behavioral therapy to Veterans with PTSD: Cognitive … Brief psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Clinician’s Guide to Medications for PTSD – National Center …
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
by M Jeffreys – Related articles
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has biological, psychological, and social …. It is now a recommended first-line treatment for PTSD in the revised VA/DoD …
What does Google tell us about the term ‘cognitive”?
of or relating to cognition.
late 16th century: from medieval Latin cognitivus, from cognit- ‘known,’ from the verb cognoscere .
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Cognition – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cognitive processes use existing knowledge and generate new knowledge. The processes are analyzed from different perspectives within different contexts, …
Attention – Mental process – Metacognition – Category:Cognition
Cognitive psychology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cognitive psychology is the study of mental processes such as “attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity, and thinking.” Much of …
To the modern psychologist, trained in BS&bp [Behavioral Science and the ‘oxymoron behavioral psychology’]… all the above terms are believed to be aimed at and involve the brain and thinking. The Problem is… the term Knowledge has absolutely nothing to do with thinking or information the brain can perceive. Knowledge is just another term for Truth, which is another term for Spiritual Reality. In other words, Knowledge, Truth and Spirituality all stand for and point to Absolutes. Or invisible dimensions of Reality that are permanent, and never change. And the brain, being physical, is incapable of perceiving the Energy of Truth, Reality, or Spirituality. Although the operation of the MIND does conform to the natural Laws of Life, and thus, its operations are always Within the same parameters, which are invisible to the brain AND COGNITIVE THOUGHT.
In the early 1900s, Skinner encouraged many in the field of Psychology to abandon the Esoteric teaching of the Psychology of the ancient Greeks… in favor of the Delusional Thinking of Skinner, who was trained in watching animals behave.
BS&bp, or those trained in this one-dimensional process of Intellectualism, have no idea what the MIND of Man is, where it is located, or what it does? And being thus ignorant of the MIND, they do not realize that it is their own MINDs that cause them to imagine they can study Man by looking at what a person does physically, and then speculate about what [outside of Man] might be causing that person to do what he/she is doing?
This is Delusional Thinking, or D-Think, and it is how people think when they are being fully operated by their MINDs, which means cut off from… or lacking in Consciousness from their Souls. It is not uncommon for certain people to do this, but it is evidence of a Soul that is not very mature, or people who are ill-prepared to try and help others in need of conflicts taking place Within their MIND realms.
In other words, if a person is not fairly well Enlightened [has a Soul that has acquired a substantial amount of C’etc], and has been well trained in the experiencing of his/her own MIND, then that person has no business putting him/herself forward as an “expert” in the field of Psychology.
The CAUSE of PTSD is the MIND of a person, not that person’s brain. And to imagine that giving the person suffering from PTSD drugs is a good thing… is clear evidence that those pretending to help the Veteran are disingenuous. It is the anxiety of their own MINDs [due to not knowing what is causing the PTSD] that convinces them that giving drugs is a good idea. In reality, the only thing these inept actions do is to exacerbate the conflict being experienced by the Veteran: The deeply repressed traumata are more deeply stimulated and reinforced, in other words. There is nothing beneficial in this… Such action simply reinforces the misperceptions Within the Veteran that are causing the symptoms of PTSD.
How many Veterans being “treated” commit suicide?
To help a Veteran deal with PTSD, one must deal with the MIND of the Veteran, and to do this, one MUST BE FREE OF THE FEARS WITHIN ONES OWN MIND. Not being taught today, and not having been taught for many decades.