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How do former service members cope with one of the most stressful jobs in the military? Judy, Ty and Jamie, three female veterans who served in the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit, offer their Brief but Spectacular takes on post-traumatic growth and transitioning into civilian life.

For many veterans, the difficulties of war don't end at the battlefield, with many suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Combat veteran Ken Falke, founder of Boulder Crest and author of the book “Struggle Well: Thriving in the Aftermath of Trauma," talks with TODAY’s Megyn Kelly about PTSD. He’s joined by former Army Sgt. Bryan Hood and Kathryn Buckland, a captain in the Army.

Ken Falke spoke at the Business Innovation Factory and talked about his passion for taking care of his fellow vets and how it led him to develop Boulder Crest, which focuses on an alternative approach to treating PTSD based on growth.

Warrior PATHH is a unique program at Boulder Crest Retreat in Virginia. It helps combat veterans achieve Posttraumatic Growth. The transition to civilian life can be daunting for some veterans. Recent statistics from the Department of Veterans Affairs show that roughly 20 veterans commit suicide each day.

CNN — A new approach treats post-traumatic stress

CNN's Jake Tapper reports on a new approach to treating post traumatic stress for veterans.

Source: CNN