UPDATE: Here is the podcast from today’s show

RESOURCES:
Suicide prevention 1-800-273-TALK
New Orleans VA 800-935-8337
VA main site
VA National Center for PTSD website
VA journal (Volume 45, Number 3) on PTSD here
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Left to right: Mike Hue, me, Garry LaBorde and Dr. Uddo

Update: My show sponsor is Reed Medical Education and they are hosting a PTSD/TBI conference
Name of conference: Complexities and Challenges of PTSD and TBI: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Comorbidities and Therapeutic Strategies
Audience: A National Conference for All Private Practice and Institutional Clinicians Involved in Care of Returning Veterans
When: Friday-Saturday, September 25-26, 2009
Where: Hilton San Francisco

A very important radio show for you to tune into this Saturday. I’m hosting a PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) roundtable with 3 experts from the Southeast Louisiana VA Health Care System.

Date: Saturday June 13th
Time: 9:00-10:00 AM central time
Where: Am 690 New Orleans or WIST radio live on your computer
Call in number: (504)260-0690 or 888-880-WIST
Questions or comments: in the comment section, gretaperry at gmail.com, @kissmygumbo or on Facebook

Dr. Madeline Uddo: She is a clinical psychologist who has been working with PTSD veterans since 1988 and is currently the Team Leader of the Outpatient PTSD Program at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System in New Orleans, LA.

Michael Hue: Mr. Michael Hue is the Assistant Chief of Business Operations Office for the Southeast Louisiana VA Health Care System, which deals with Billing and Eligibility issues. Prior to joining the Department of Veterans Affairs, Mr. Hue served 11 years on active duty in the United States Air Force.

Garry Laborde: Mr. Garry LaBorde is the OEF/OIF Program Manager for the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System in November, 2008. OEF/OIF Veterans are the most recent group of combat Veterans to face PTSD. Prior to joining the Department of Veterans Affairs, Mr. LaBorde served seven years on active duty in the U.S. Army.


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4 Responses to “PTSD radio show this Saturday”


  • My recommendation:

    Greta, I think you should smile more often. I know it’s a serious topic and all, but I think you can still smile more often. You have a beautiful smile (as evidenced by the FB picture to the left), so use it! :P


  • LOL – the joke after the last Milblog is that I should blacken my teeth as my smile blinds everyone. Seriously, this was my toughest video and show – hard to smile.


  • Just heard the podcast. Nice job. Keep up the great work.


  • Thanks for listening Scott – much appreciated!

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