Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to meeting the on-going psychological needs of New York City's First Responder community, all Military Service Personnel, and their families. TRR programs have been designed by experts in the field of traumatic stress.
TRR's Warrior Camp, is a ground-breaking program for active duty warriors who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its mission is to create an environment in which the trauma of war can be healed. Warrior Camp is a 7- day long mindfulness-based decompression camp that integrates three treatment modalities: EMDR, Yoga, and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Camps include a healthy balance of trauma therapies, relaxation and leisure activities.
Our pilot Camp in 2013 will be held at a beautiful facility in Southern New Hampshire. Evaluation of the pilot camp will be conducted by Weill Cornell Medical College Department of Public Health.
Future camps will be specific for OEF/OIF/OND Veterans, Vietnam Veterans, Women Veterans, Military Families, and to address Military Sexual Trauma.
"Eva, if you could be a 5 star general, the world would be a better place. I often think that I sleep better at night knowing our warriors are out there protecting us. Now I feel better knowing you are out there protecting our warriors. Blessings and deep gratitude to you."
Margaret Wilkinson, Ph.D.
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