Editorials National News Indian American counseling psychologist Ramesh Gune emerging as a key influencer in PTSD battle
Indian American counseling psychologist Ramesh Gune emerging as a key influencer in PTSD battle
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California sources have stated that Gune, who holds a doctorate in counseling psychology with emphasis on mind-body medicine, is bringing to bear a fusion of treatment approaches, which his recent patients extol.
Meanwhile PTSD has been described by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) as “a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event”. America’s international engagement in various wars combined with policing a heavily armed citizenry at home have led to a large number of veterans as well as first respondents falling prey to PTSD. According to some statistics, eight per cent of Americans, or nearly 25 million, have some form of PTSD.
Moreover Dr. Gune said it is not surprising that America has begun to recognize that “psychotropic drugs do not work.” “It is no accident that in the past three years, the yoga business has grown from $10 billion to $16 billion now. Mind-body convergence is no longer scoffed at. It is accepted as clearly related".
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