Eric Newhouse Examines PTSD

Airing on March 11th:

It is always a treat when Pulitzer-Price winning journalist Eric Newhouse joins me on “Gesundheit! With Jacobus”.

A man with an incredible mind and a passion for humanity, Eric focuses most of his work these years on our veterans.

This time around he would like to discuss how PTSD involves a component of moral injury; such as being ordered to violate your own moral code.  What are some of the treatment options for that?

Please visit his website and hear him speak this Saturday morning from 8-11!

Eric has authored two books Alcohol: Cradle to Grave and Faces of Combat: PTSD and TBI. A retired editor of the Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune, Newhouse won the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism in 2000 for a 12-part series of stories on the effects of alcoholism in Montana. He also served as a juror for the 2007 and 2008 Pulitzer Prizes.

Learn more about Eric’s work on PTSD:

Articles on Psychology Today

Eric’s biography

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