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The Impact of PTSD on Military Families (Part 1 of 2)

Original Air date 11/10/2010

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A panel of guests discusses what post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is, how it impacts individuals and families, and where they can turn for help. (Part 1 of 2)

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Guest

Bob Dees

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Maj. General Bob Dees retired from the U.S. Army in 2003 after 31 years of distinguished service. He was an Army Ranger and served in a wide variety of command and staff positions. Dees is currently Associate Vice President for Military Outreach and Director of the Institute for Military Resilience at Liberty University.

Guest

Robert Nutall

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Retired Maj. Robert Nutall served in the U.S. Army for three years and then transitioned to the U.S. Army Reserves where he served for nine years. He is a combat veteran of the war in Iraq. Robert and his wife, Amy, have four children and reside in Texas.

Guest

LuAnn Callaway

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LuAnn Callaway holds a Ph.D. in psychology and a master's in marriage and family counseling. For the last 20 years of her three-decade counseling career, she has specialized in counseling trauma victims, including those who struggle specifically with combat trauma. Dr. Callaway and her husband, Sid, have a son who has served in the U.S. Army.