Mindzone: Therapists Behind the Front Lines

The DUCOM Psychiatry & Psychoanalysis Interest Group presents Mind Zone: Therapists Behind the Front Lines Directed by Jan Haaken (2014) A film screening & discussion, in belated recognition of Veterans Day Wednesday, December 17th 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in SAC B   Food will be served! Please click here to RSVP or register for our mailing list   Mind Zone follows therapists with the 113th Army Combat Stress Control detachment as they carry out two conflicting missions: protecting soldiers from battle fatigue and keeping these same soldiers in the fight. With psychiatric casualties mounting, the United States Army ups the deployment of mental health detachments to war zones — an undertaking on a scale previously unimaginable. Mind Zone offers a rarely seen glimpse of heated debates within the field of psychology over diagnosis and treatment of combat conditions, and the limits of categories such as post-traumatic stress disorder in capturing the psychological impacts of war. Learn more about the film at http://mindzonemovie.com/ Email greg.gabrellas@gmail.com for more info

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