Amelio Media LLC presents:
THE JOURNEY BACK TO
A Look at Complementary Therapies to Combat PTSD
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"The Journey Back to Normal - A Look at Complementary Therapies to Combat PTSD" documents how these therapies can aid in the healing process in a holistic way and it shows how community heroes step in and step up to help our warriors in their hour of need. Testimonies that are shared by veterans are positive and do not focus so much on their PTSD and their trauma, but rather veterans speak on the effectiveness of these complementary therapies.
The mission of this documentary is to show how veterans of foreign wars AND their families can truly have a new life - a second life after they serve our great country. This is OUR duty to them - to serve them, to support them, to empower them - so they can live the life they deserve after they give so much - so selflessly. Please join us in a dedicated effort to serve those who served us!
This documentary has an educational component and a political outreach component- we would like to raise funds to ensure the right people see this documentary.
Educational component: to enlighten the military, veteran and civilian community about complementary therapies specifically to combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This film shows how someone with PTSD can truly live a full life again after coming home from combat and after transitioning from the military. University screenings in nursing, psychology and medical schools is especially important.
Political Outreach Component: In order to create awareness about this very important issue, we are seeking funds to take this beyond our own city to make sure this film educates politicians who ostensibly have the power to change the course of the future. If they are enlightened about and acknowledge these untraditional therapies, I am confident they will change the course of what veteran care will be in the future. In essence, healthcare will provide these therapies as a viable path.