PTSD

Nurture Your Eco-Resilience Through the Wholeness of Nature

By Jennie Miller iRest Team

We like to think of nature as a place for recreation, relaxation, and restoration. A meandering trail for hiking and birdwatching or a roaming river for swimming and fishing. A lush park lawn or a vast beach for a picnic with loved ones. The awe-inspiring vista at a retreat center to foster self-reflection and healing.

Diary of an iRest Meditation Student

By iRest Team

What is it like to undergo iRest training while trying to juggle the demands of everyday life—from parenting to paying bills to managing chronic illness...

USPHS

Author
John Golden, Captain, US Public Health Service (USPHS) Military Treatment Facility

I am currently the Clinical Director for an Intensive Outpatient Program that treats Wounded Warriors with the invisible wounds of traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder after multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan over the last decade and more. The Warriors are able to regain their grounding and move forward in their recovery and reintegration into continued active duty service or return to the community.