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THE FIELD REPORT: Medical care on and off the Field. We are featuring news stories around our Wounded Warriors and this is a unique chance for us to hear about MST firsthand from a U.S. Soldier in his own words. We will be interviewing Michael Fortune, someone who will help us better understand Military Sexual Trauma
Military sexual trauma (MST) is a real problem for both women and men. On this episode we'll focus on the female perspective. Did you know that research suggests 66% of women in the military report being sexually assualted? Or that 27% report being raped? Dr. Kim Dennis, CEO of Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center offers insights into what it takes and how you can overcome the negative effects of MST.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.
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Carol the Coach will be interview Eric Gentry, PhD who is a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress.
Eric will be speaking about the hope for addicts, survivors of trauma amd the addicted survivors of trauma. He will be talking about how trauma effects the brain. He also believes that atttachment trauma may be the true cause of most addictions.
If you or your paartner has suffered from PTSD, or addiction, you will really benefit from seeing the relationship of addiction and trauma!
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month (http://www.sapr.mil/index.php/saam) so CJ and I are dedicating tonight’s show to the topic of Military Sexual Trauma. Sexual Assault in the military is a rising problem and is something we want to make America aware about. It is a taboo sort of topic that does not get a lot of coverage in the news so this is out attempt at getting the word out there. It is one that is both embarrassing for the victim and the military as a whole. We would love to think that every service member is honorable and has values and morals but the truth is, just like in our society, that is not always the case. The convicted have ranged from lower enlisted to Drill Sergeants to senior leaders. There is even an ongoing trial right now where a One-star General is accused of such acts.
We have several guests on who have been victims of sexual assault during their military service. These guests are both female and male, which is important because this is not just a female problem. We are hoping other people will listen to the show, and if motivated to do so, call in if they have personal stories that they would feel comfortable sharing. It may not be something they were directly involved in, but maybe a connection they have to a case. We will be talking about the impact these acts have on the victim, their loved ones, the unit and the military as a whole. This is a tough topic but one that needs to be covered. We hope that by covering this topic tonight on Top Talk, it will encourage other victims who may have stayed silent and are still fighting with demons today to come forward and seek help and move beyond such horrific events.
SEXUAL TRAUMA - WHILE SERVING IN THE MILITARY
Warning: Study says 1 in 3 Women RAPED in the Military
source: American Journal of Industrial Medicine
by A.G. Sadler, et al.
American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 43:262-273 (2003). Important,
The view of women as sexual prey rather than as responsible adults has always been part of military culture. Women today are indispensable to the military. Nevertheless, one woman soldier observed: "There are only three things the guys let you be if you're a girl in the military - a bitch, a ho, or a dyke." Not all military men see women soldiers this way, but too many do. The hostility is shown by undermining women's authority, denying promotions, denigrating their work, sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape.
SURVIVORS LIVE WITH:
Military Rape Litigation - Service Women's Action Network:
Depression, shame, terror, irrationally blaming themselves, difficulty trusting anybody again.
Emotional numbness, helplessness, fear, flashbacks, nightmares.
Severe medical problems, drug and/or alcohol dependency.
Homelessness - 40% of female veterans report being raped in the military.
Even a Pack of Cigarettes has a Warning!
Resources for assistance
Military Rape Crisis Center
US Military Maintenance is a business that assists US veterans to start a commercial maintenance business and to succeed at doing so. It is a program of Patriotic Hearts, a 501c3 non-profit for US military, veterans and their families.
Joe Padlo, a USMC veteran, has recently gotten his US Military Maintenance business up and running in Florida. He is having tremendous success. In this radio segment I will be interviewing Joe and hear about what he is doing and how he is doing it, so that other US veterans can follow in his footsteps.
US veterans from across America have already started their own US Military Maintenance businesses. If you are an entrepreneurial spirit, or a US veteran who is tired of looking for a job, listen in .
If you choose to join the USMM team, everything you need, apart from your license and insurance are provided. We provide your website, graphics, equipment, bid sheets, agreements and step-by step mentoring every step of the way.
For more information call our non-profit's veteran employment program, HirePatriots.com, at 760-730-3734.
Episode 2507 - Deliverance & Inner Healing of MPD and Sexual Trauma - Dr Erica Shepherd and the Soulman
Recorded 5-20-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
Dr Erica Shepherd Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Soulman www.facebook.com/soulman.songs
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* President Obama pushes the transgender agenda on the military
* The Boy Scouts are posed to life their long-standing ban on homosexual leaders
* Congressman Jody Hice gives an inspiring speech about the First Amendment
Dear Mr. President,
It is time to reform the military justice system. We cannot keep putting our military service members in a position where commanders, who are not legally trained, hold the keys to justice. We need you to declare your support for a military justice system that operates outside the accused’s chain of command. The boss of your rapist should not decide whether to investigate and prosecute your rape, and should not have the power to select the jury. It’s un-American. Please take a stand and change the system.(http://justice.protectourdefenders.com/)
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The June 25, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Erica Trejo the Director of Military Families are Resilient at Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services. Erica Trejo is a Licenses Family Marriage Therapist and the Director of Military Families are Resilient at Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services. She is also a recent recipient of the National Council for Behavior Health’s Rising Star Award.