I retired in 2014 as an ARMY Research Psychologist. I used to run many clinical research protocols on PTSD, TBI, Work-Family Conflict, etc. At that time, there was so much stigma against military members and their families with mental health disorders. That said, I still saw many service members participating in my studies…
PEAK PERFORMANCE HAWAII
Dr. Melba Stetz, Ph.D., BCN, BCB
Neurofeedback/ Biofeedback Therapist
Work and Research Psychologist
Our Mission is to help clients move forward in life.
Our Vision is that everyone can do it and that we can do it all!
PEAK PERFORMANCE PSYCHO-PHYSIOLOGY
Peak Performance is doing your best!
It is a discipline specialized in helping individuals and organizations perform their best!
It is obtained and maintained with tools as brain maps, interviews, questionnaires, binaural stimulation, biofeedback, neurofeedback, self-monitoring, stress management, positivism, and more!
Dr. Stetz uses her vast knowledge, experience, and tools to better help their clients wanting to move forward in life.
Call or drop her a line today!
Yes, it seems “understandable” if learning that someone in the military, have PTSD symptoms. However, what about the rest of the world? I mean, not only the service member can experience this type of symptoms. That is, his/her family and non-military individuals can experience it too. Probably King Kamehameha (Hawaii) survivors from the Pali cliffs (picture), rapes, bullying, loss of a job, hurricanes like recently in PR, family deaths, etc., can do that to you too.
PTSD can be a horrible part of life… but it can also be an opportunity for growth. That is, combat vets (like me), have seen a lot of shocking things… but it tends to be harder to explain it to…
My doctoral dissertation was on Military Sexual Harassment. It was going to be on Military Retirement but former President Bill Clinton got famous due to a blue dress found in the Oval Office… making that theme more in vogue. Ms. Milano is an example of what we must do when being harassed. We must be strong and move forward. It is very sad having to report at work to someone that see us as an object than as a whole person or resource to the company. Watch G.I. Jane before you watch Top Gun again…