TRR’s Warrior Camp®

To complement our post in honor of our fallen warriors from all branches of the Armed Forces and from all eras, we offer this video description of our premier combat trauma treatment program. One of the ways we can powerfully memorialize our fallen warriors is to take...

Moral Injury

I’ve decided to occasionally use this blog space to reflect on various aspects of Moral Injury as I read through some key texts that have helped shape my vision of this category of war trauma. Today, I comment on a quote from David Grossman’s (LTC, USA, Ret.) seminal...

Morality vs. Ethics

I have been reflecting on the relationship between morals and ethics, two words that usually send a shudder down the spine of all those who have very little interest in formal philosophy. True, these discussions can be terribly tedious and abstract. However, I don’t...

Getting Started

A blog post can be a daunting item: once it is out there, it is out there to stay. So, with that in mind, we start this TRR blog in order to encourage an exchange of ideas about war, trauma, injuries both seen and invisible, and healing/wellness. A blog post can be a...