So Many Who Come Home Don’t Really Come Home 

Broken or deadwood soldiers the military calls them. Trapped in horrific memories that refuse to fade. Closed off. Fearful. In an endless war with themselves. Unless you’ve been there yourself it’s impossible to comprehend the debilitating curse of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (“PTSD”). The statistics are shocking. At least 20 veteran suicides a day, more than 7,000 a year (20% of all U.S. suicides). A damaged population of more than 460,000 – with 4-6 times the national rate of domestic violence, divorce, alcoholism, drug abuse and homelessness , all linked – at least in part to PTSD. So many in need. So few serious solutions. Take a pill. If one doesn’t work, try two. If that doesn’t work, try opiates and maybe booze. And if those don’t do it, there’s always suicide. That’s been the typical VA approach. And it’s shameful. Our veterans deserve better. And “better” exists – specifically a psychotherapy procedure that produces dramatic trauma relief within 6-8 weeks, medication-free. So transformative it may be one of the very few psychotherapy procedures to have ever earned a U.S. patent. The only remaining hurdle is to gain VA approval. Unfortunately, approval of The Goodfield Method™ has been stuck in a quagmire of Veterans Administration (“VA”) bureaucracy. Despite the fact that the Goodfield Method™ is in active use in twenty countries on five continents, VA inaction has been the rule of the day. The only breakout remedy is for the Goodfield Institute to conduct its own VA-observed test – to demonstrate the comparative efficacy of the Goodfield Method™ versus current VA procedures.  Which is going to be expensive, maybe $400,000. We need your financial support. Please help us to the finish line with a tax- deductible contribution.
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So Many Who Come Home Don’t Really Come Home 

Broken or deadwood soldiers the military calls them. Trapped in horrific memories that refuse to fade. Closed off. Fearful. In an endless war with themselves. Unless you’ve been there yourself it’s impossible to comprehend the debilitating curse of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (“PTSD”). The statistics are shocking. At least 20 veteran suicides a day, more than 7,000 a year (20% of all U.S. suicides). A damaged population of more than 460,000 – with 4-6 times the national rate of domestic violence, divorce, alcoholism, drug abuse and homelessness , all linked – at least in part to PTSD. So many in need. So few serious solutions. Take a pill. If one doesn’t work, try two. If that doesn’t work, try opiates and maybe booze. And if those don’t do it, there’s always suicide. That’s been the typical VA approach. And it’s shameful. Our veterans deserve better. And “better” exists – specifically a psychotherapy procedure that produces dramatic trauma relief within 6-8 weeks, medication-free. So transformative it may be one of the very few psychotherapy procedures to have ever earned a U.S. patent. The only remaining hurdle is to gain VA approval. Unfortunately, approval of The Goodfield Method™ has been stuck in a quagmire of Veterans Administration (“VA”) bureaucracy. Despite the fact that the Goodfield Method™ is in active use in twenty countries on five continents, VA inaction has been the rule of the day. The only breakout remedy is for the Goodfield Institute to conduct its own VA-observed test – to demonstrate the comparative efficacy of the Goodfield Method™ versus current VA procedures.  Which is going to be expensive, maybe $400,000. We need your financial support. Please help us to the finish line with a tax- deductible contribution.
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