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Washington, DC: PTSD Relief 'strategy that works' presented to federal employees
by David Shapiro
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22 September 2016
On Thursday, September 22, the founding president of African PTSD Relief, David Shapiro, and Dr. Katie Grose, National Capital Area African PTSD Relief coordinator and teacher of Transcendental Meditation, gave presentations to some of the employees at a large federal complex in the Washington, D.C. area.
The PTSD Relief team presented results of scientific research studies conducted on-site with refugees in Africa who learned Transcendental Meditation and experienced dramatic relief from post-traumatic stress.
Research has shown that the practice of Transcendental Meditation can result in large reductions in PTSD symptoms in short periods of time. In a study on Congolese refugees with PTSD that was published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress, 90 percent improved into the 'non-symptomatic' range within 30 days and remained in that range throughout the 135 days of the study.
Along with meeting many interested people and inspiring them with the amazing speed with which TM has been shown to reduce PTSD, the African PTSD Relief team was invited to participate in a large charity fair for federal employees that will be held October 5th and 6th.
The TM organization in the US and African PTSD Relief are jointly offering a gift certificate to federal employees to learn Transcendental Meditation for a reduced fee at local TM Centers around Washington, D.C.
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