November 11, 2021

EP 116: Dr. Pamela Hall and Military Sexual Trauma

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode of PTSD and Beyond contains information of a sensitive nature. As with all podcast episodes, practicing self-care is important.

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Why it matters? Female service members are more likely to be sexually assaulted by a fellow member of the military than shot by an enemy combatant at war. How can the unit be cohesive after an assault? How can someone have "your 6" after an assault?


PTSD and Beyond Podcast welcomes back Dr. Pamela Hall, Author of PTSD Unplugged and Clinical and Forensic Psychologist provides evaluations for the Veteran's Administration and is a Qualified Medical Examiner for the State of California.

Dr. Pam shares with us the importance of recognizing signs of military sexual trauma, places to get help, veterans assistance, and changes within the armed forces.


To learn more about Dr. Pamela Hall and PTSD Unplugged connect at:

Book: PTSD Unplugged

Twitter: @PamelaHallPhD @PTSDUnplugged

Insta: @PamelaHallPhD @PTSDUnplugged


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