Troop deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan has been extensive and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is common among our returning veterans. PTSD is associated with poor quality of life, guilt, anger, and unemployment, among other life challenges.
The Trauma Management Therapy program, a division of the UCF Center for RESearch and Treatment On Response to Extreme Stressors, is offering a treatment program that uses the most effective treatments for combat-related PTSD.
This is a clinical research program, funded by a grant to UCF from the Department of Defense Military Operations Medical Operations Program.
Individuals who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan, who believe that they might be suffering from PTSD, and who are interested in getting more information about our Trauma Management Therapy program are encouraged to call the TMT Project Manager, Dr. Sandra Neer, at 407-823-1668.
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Directions to Our Clinic
The UCF Center for RESearch and Treatment On Response to Extreme Stressors is located in the Psychology Building on UCF’s Main Campus in Orlando. To get here, drive to UCF’s Main Orlando Campus and enter through Gemini Blvd (directions to Gemini Blvd). Follow Gemini Blvd past the Lake Claire Dorms. Make a right just before the Fairwinds Alumni Center (building 126 on the campus map below), and continue straight to the oval-shaped parking lot directly in front of the Psychology Building (building 99 on the campus map).There is a parking lot reserved for clients of the clinic at no cost, located just a short walk from the entrance to our waiting room.