Understanding Service-Connected PTSD Challenges: How Support Functions Are Critical to the Post-9/11 PTSD Veteran
Date of Award
Undergraduate Capstone Project
Master of Liberal Studies
University College, Arts and Culture Management
Arts and Culture
PTSD, Support, Military, Combat, Transition
This creative capstone project captures the non-fiction story of a post-9/11 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) veteran and his journey through combat deployments, diagnosis, transition from military service, and management of his mental health. The creative core details a theme that more can be accomplished when not fighting battles all alone, and this cooperative support is vital to one soldier's never-ending road toward recovery. The analysis essay examines research of three major support functions available to post-9/11 PTSD veterans, military, personal, and organizational support, concluding that support of post-9/11 PTSD veterans is critical to their success in managing PTSD.
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Martonosi, Jessica A., "Understanding Service-Connected PTSD Challenges: How Support Functions Are Critical to the Post-9/11 PTSD Veteran" (2015). University College: Arts and Culture Management Capstones. 94.