In this episode of Warriors and Wellness, Dr. Suzy Gulliver talks to a veteran who benefitted from telehealth treatment and discusses how it may help other veterans in their mental health care journey.
Mental health struggles often extend to veterans’ partners and other family members but care of family members is often beyond the scope of resources typically provided to veterans.
The Warriors Research Institute (WRI) aims to anticipate and address these barriers through its tele-mental health services available to Texas veterans and their families. A veteran and patient of the WRI opens up to Dr. Suzy Gulliver on how telehealth treatment has helped her cope and how it can help other veterans and their loved ones.
If you would like to learn more about any of the services or topics we discussed today, visit our website at https://bswhealth.com/wri.
What is Warriors and Wellness?
Post-traumatic stress. Depression. Anger. Substance abuse. These are just a few of the health battles our military veterans and emergency responders are fighting every day. Welcome to Warriors and Wellness — a three-part podcast series about improving care for warriors from a variety of fields. Dr. Suzy Bird Gulliver, a licensed clinical psychologist and Director & Chief of the Warriors Research Institute at Baylor Scott & White Health discusses the research that helps us understand and evolve care related to traumatic work events.