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MSPP Continues Commitment to the Mental Health of Veterans
Date:3/8/2010

Conference Series to Focus on the Individual Soldier, the Children of Soldiers and the Impact on Families

BOSTON, March 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) has made a strong, ongoing commitment to meet the mental health needs of veterans and their families through many programs including a Yellow Ribbon Program campaign, assisted by Co-Chairman Senator John Kerry.  The School is currently training six veterans and one reservist who wish to follow a professional career path as psychologists.  The reservist  intends to become a military psychologist " in order to give back."

There are estimates that 35 percent of the soldiers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan will suffer post traumatic stress disorder and that nearly half returning with those disorders have suicidal thoughts.  "There is a crucial need for mental health professionals and educators to understand th
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