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First Aid for Your Emotional Hurts: Veterans: Veterans

First Aid for Your Emotional Hurts: Veterans: Veterans

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This book provides hope and healing for veterans and their families who are suffering the invisible wounds and scars of war. Moody and Trogdon provide helpful information to understand the struggles and offer effective ways to find a brighter future of purpose and peace. Topics include: PTSD, traumatic brain injury, stress of war, transitioning to home, and many more. The author's writing flows out of experience and a genuine appreciation for those who have served to protect our country's freedom. They speak with qualified voices and offer real solutions to those suffering. Readers will find this book to be a valuable tool to help veterans recover form the horrors of war.

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ISBN-13: 9781614840855
Publisher: Randall House
Publication date: 07/05/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 72
File size: 753 KB

About the Author

Edward E. Moody Jr. has been a counselor educator at North Carolina Central University since 1995. He is a Professor of Counselor Education, and Chair of the Department of Allied Professions. Moody also serves as pastor at Tippett's Chapel in Clayton, NC. As a minister he has helped people with a variety of difficulties. He has a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University in counselor education, an M.A. from Middle Tennessee State University in clinical psychology, and a B.A. from Welch College in pastoral training. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in NC as well as a Licensed Health Services Provider Psychological Associate. He is the author of several books including Surviving Culture, First Aid for Your Emotional Hurts series, First Aid for Emotional Hurts: Helping People Through Difficult Times. Dr. Moody has also published several articles in scholastic journals and serves as a workshop leader for various events within the Christian community and counseling community. He and his wife, Lynne, live in North Carolina, along with their two children.
Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) David Trogdon recently retired from the US Army after 33 years of military service including 25 years of active duty. He currently serves with the HOPE Project and ministers to soldiers, military families, wounded warriors and veterans. His many years of military service include 16 years as an Army Chaplain where he deployed to Iraq twice, Afghanistan, Africa and Kuwait in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. His awards include three Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart. David specialized in trauma, combat stress, child loss, grief and family ministries. He also pastored numerous Army chapels both at home and while deployed. David is a graduate of Welch College, Southeastern Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Army Command and General Staff College, US Army Chaplain Basic and Advance Courses, US Army Intelligence Center and School, and Basic Airborne Course and Clinical Pastoral Education. David and his wife Connie have two children and four grandsons.

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