Methods By Which Veterans Can Take Control Of Their Mental Health Issues

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Brian Fleming
Guest Bio: Brian Fleming is a combat veteran, international speaker, and No. 1 best-selling author. His talks about overcoming adversity and finding success are in constant demand. In his book, REDEPLOYED, Brian talks about the challenges that returning veterans face and how they can succeed when they return to civilian life. With an estimated 46,000 to 56,000 veterans coming home in the next 18 months, his message is more timely than ever: Combat veterans are at significantly high risk for PTSD, divorce, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Whether you’re a veteran, know someone who is, or are simply struggling with life’s challenges, Brian has something to say to you.

Segment Overview:
Brian Fleming discusses methods by which veterans can take control of their mental health issues. He also talks about how his book REDEPLOYED is helping others. Also touched on are ways that a veteran can help his doctor to better understand the particular mindset and experiences of combat vets.



Transcription

Health Professional Radio

Neal Howard: Hello. You’re listening to Health Professional Radio. I’m your host, Neal Howard. Our guest today is Brian Fleming, combat veteran, international speaker, philanthropist, and #1 best-selling author of the book, Re-Deployed. He’s here today to talk with us about overcoming PTSD and he’s also here to talk about some of the ways that you can make successful life transitions in general, not just after a traumatic experience. I’m sure that his insights will run the gamut of situations for people trying to overcome. How are you doing today Brian?

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