If you (or someone you know) has combat experience from Vietnam, Iraq, or Afghanistan, you may be eligible for a stress study. If you qualify, you will receive six free private sessions of an advanced self-help technique which has helped many vets release the stress of combat memories.
These sessions will take place near your home, or over the phone. This study is sponsored by a private research nonprofit not affiliated with any government organization. All personal information is kept completely confidential.
If you have any of the following conditions, please apply to participate in the study:
- You suffer from insomnia and / or nightmares.
- You’re battling alcohol or drugs.
- You’re dealing with anger, anxiety, panic attacks or depression.
- You’re consumed with rage, grief, and guilt because you survived.
- You feel isolated, unsafe, jumpy, or triggered by other people.
- You haven’t sought help for fear of damage to your military or civilian career.
How to apply: This study is organized and sponsored by the Iraq Vets Stress Project (www.StressProject.org), a project of Soul Medicine Institute, an independent 501 (c) (3) nonprofit public benefit corporation. To get further details, call Soul Medicine Institute at (707) 237-6951, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inga Tomasino, a member of the Denver Theosophical Society, is one of the EFT practitioners providing this free service. If you’re in the Colorado area and want to contact Inga directly, e-mail her at: IngaTomasino@yahoo.com.
To see a video of actual healing sessions with veterans, follow this link: http://www.stressproject.org/about.html (then click on "Watch EFT video"). CAUTION: this video contains very strong language. It also shows, very powerfully, the immense improvement in symptoms experienced by the vets who participated.