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As we honor our veterans today, here’s new info about an app for veterans with PTSD to help reduce symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. It was brought to my attention by the developer, Brett Cotter. Brett is the Founder and CEO of Stress Is Gone, LLC. With over a decade of stress relief experience in group facilitation, coaching, and tool design, he shares the keys he has discovered along his career to help others resolve physical, mental, and emotional stress. Brett has facilitated classes in corporations, schools, hospitals, and nonprofit organizations and received training from the Himalayan Institute and a Shaolin Grand Master. Brett is also a member of the Golden Key and National Honor Society of Psychology.
BePTSDFree.com offers a free download of the app, which is 100% Certified by The American Institute of Stress. I asked Brett a few questions about how the app works….
1. What symptoms, specifically, does this app most help?
App decreases the frequency and intensity of a person’s PTSD stress reactions. Individual symptoms are a byproduct of the stress reaction, so this app decreases symptoms across the board.
2. How does the app work?
3. What are the free tools?
The app itself is a free tool and our online subscription website is also offered free to veterans, active-duty military and their families. This subscription site has 3 rules:
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