The mental health of soldiers, veterans and their loved ones

    Just this year alone, 64 soldiers have committed suicide. Last week, chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, Admiral Michael Mullen said that the mental health of U.S. troops must be a priority. In this hour we talk to two therapists who are working closely with soldiers, veterans and their families – Chaplain Colonel WILL BARNES of the Delaware National Guard and DR. STEPHEN TREAT of the Council for Relationships. Listen to the mp3

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