Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc. Announces Launch of New Website, Programs and Video

Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc. launches a movie! “Warrior Camp” to describe its Warrior Camp program, carefully designed to address combat-related PTSD. Horses’ Hooves and Warriors’ Hearts is a program for warriors, first responders and their families.”Warrior Camp” can be seen on YouTube and TRR’s homepage!

Warrior Camp is a week-long intensive treatment program that has been carefully designed to address combat-related PTSD in an Active Duty Military population. The pilot Camp scheduled for February 2012 targets those that have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The purpose of Warrior Camp is to create a safe environment in which the trauma of going to war can be healed. Included are a combination of trauma treatments such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing (EMDR), EAGALA-model Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), Yoga, and Healing Story workshops. More details on the program can be found in a recently produced video, “Warrior Camp,” on TRR’s YouTube channel.

View this entire Press Release here.

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