On a 36 hour mission, Reedy Hopkins' convoy is ambushed. One split second gets stuck in his memory for years. Prolonged Exposure Therapy helps Reedy enjoy life again.
Laurent Taillifer loses his best friend in Iraq. Back home, he pushes everyone away, until he's alone.
Finding it hard to be home alone or feel comfortable in public places, Laura Hendrixon is determined to get better for her family and her career.
Arthur Jefferson witnesses his friend’s murder in the barracks. He tries to hide his pain from his only child. But that only drives them apart.
Rich Adams is assaulted while in the Navy and retreats into a life of shame and anger. Treatment, he says, made him "a good human being."
After serving in the Army, MMA fighter Joe Duarte, finds his world spinning out of control. Now he finds peace at home and in the ring.
Ron Whitcomb thinks the Viet Cong are surrounding his house - 30 years after he comes home. Treatment helps him turn a threatening place into a sanctuary.
Josh Hansen, an "IED Hunter", recovers from a traumatic brain injury only to be hit with PTSD. Treatment helps him reclaim his life.
Ace Carter loses his job and goes through a rough time. The only thing that comes between him and "doing something really stupid," is PTSD treatment.
As a combat photographer, Stacy Pearsall sees the unspeakable, over and over. Rather than lose what she values most, she turns to treatment.