Wednesday, May 18, 2022

A New Resource: The Soldier's PTSD Workbook


It's our joy to share with you our newest tool for reclaiming our lives from PTSD: The Soldier's PTSD Workbook is available now and perfect for groups and book clubs.

PTSD and Moral Injury are soul damaging. Trauma warps our fundamental belief systems—beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world—leaving us in a constant state of uncertainty and self-doubt.

Your life is at stake, my friend, and I'm not going to beat around the bush with fancy euphemisms and positive affirmations. 
I know how serious PTSD is.

But, before we get started, we have to have an honest conversation with ourselves. We have to be willing to take that first step.
Do you believe change is possible?
Do you want to change?

Many people who are suffering from Moral Injury or PTSD often feel they don't 
deserve to get better. This is toxic shame.
Let me tell you a little secret:
you deserve to heal!
It’s 100% okay not to feel all-in right now.

Let me ask you this instead.
Is it possible that you are stronger than you think?

Using this workbook, you will be able to identify how PTSD and Moral Injury have disrupted your life.

  • Trauma and Triggers
  • Flashbacks and Hallucinations
  • Substance Abuse and Alcoholism
  • Irritable Behavior and Angry Outbursts
  • Shame, Self-Loathing, and Self-Destructive Behavior
  • Avoidance
  • Lack of Empathy and Relationship Breakdowns

We're also going to cover the top three evidence-based treatment options you'll want to ask for by name.

Incorporating information from 
The Soldier’s Guide to PTSD, this workbook does not waste time cutting through the bull and getting down to brass tacks. Told in the voice of a Soldier-turned-therapist, it is a call to arms, offering facts, empathy, and direction, while urging Service Members to seek the right therapy, helping family members to understand the battlefield, and connecting civilians with the Warrior culture.


If you believe change is possible, you want to change, and you are willing to do the work, you absolutely CAN get your life back.”

Get your copy of The Soldier's Guide to PTSDThe Soldier's Workbook

or Acknowledge & Heal, A Women's-Focused Guide to PTSD

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