[Service Deisabled Veteran Owned Small Business] Fewer PTSD diagnoses will save the VA money...and, that's what it's all about.

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  • Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:43:07 -0700 (PDT)

Fewer PTSD diagnoses will save the VA money...and, that's what it's all
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SECRETARY PEAKE QUESTIONS WHETHER VA IS OVERDIAGNOSING PTSD --
James Peake says vets "might need a little counseling" and that "doesn't
mean they need the PTSD label their whole lives."

Let's connect the VA Secretary James Peake dots here.

Peake says the VA may be overdiagnosing PTSD and vets might just need "a
little counseling."

That would mean:  Let's not diagnose them with PTSD.

VA psychologist Norma J. Perez feels the same and told her staff in
Temple, TX to stop diagnosing PTSD.

It now seems that Perez's directions to her staff may have come from a
higher source.

Then, there's Dr. Sally Satel who feels that vets should get "treatment
first" and compensation later when it comes to PTSD.

So, all the dots connect.

Fewer PTSD diagnoses will save the VA money...and, that's what it's all
about.

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