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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

The Soldiers Project Founder to Speak in Ventura County

Listed on my recent pro bono transition resources post, the Soldiers Project is doing great work to help our returning troops. The founder of the organization, which provides complimentary counseling services for southern California OEF/OIF vets and their families, will be speaking at the Thousand Oaks Library in Ventura County on Wednesday, January 24, 7:00 P.M - 8:30 P.M. hosted by the Global Exchange Ventura County Supporters.


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ("PTSD")
Do you understand it?? Learn how this often misdiagnosed condition affects the lives of soldiers and their families and hear from an expert on the most frequently suffered condition afflicting the military in Iraq and Afghanistan

Judith Broder MD is a psychiatrist and a psychoanalist. She is involved with a group of therapists in Los Angeles called the Soldiers Project. The group was founded by Dr. Judith Broder who was touched after seeing a play about combat trauma. Services are given absolutely free. She is a member of the L.A Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies and on her teaching staff as well. She has a private practice in Los Angeles.

Phone Joanie McClellan at 805-241-8855 for more info.

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