Pentagon updating PTSD diagnostic, treatment approach

02/19/2013 | Stars and Stripes

The Defense Department is working to create an atmosphere in which military personnel feel empowered and safe in seeking out help for PTSD as it prepares a new manual for managing the condition. The development of a standard treatment approach across all military branches, a preference for therapy over drugs and revisions to diagnostic criteria are among changes being made.

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