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PTSD: National Center for PTSD
These online self-help programs and courses teach skills and offer tools to help you and your family cope with PTSD and related problems.
- PTSD Coach Online
The expanded desktop version of the mobile app, gives you 17 tools to choose from to help you manage stress. Learn to manage troubling symptoms following trauma, such as, sleep, trauma reminders and anger. Mobile app also available.
- CRAFT-PTSD - Help with PTSD for You and Your Family
Community Reinforcement and Family Training - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (CRAFT-PTSD) is a self-paced online course for family members of someone working to manage PTSD. Learn skills to encourage and support your loved one, and find resources to support your own quality of life.
Other VA Online Programs
These free online programs are available on the Veteran Training website. Some trainings have a related mobile app for additional support.
- Anger and Irritability Management Skills
This course offers a wide range of practical skills and tools to manage your anger and develop self-control over your thoughts and actions.
- Moving Forward
This course teaches skills to help you overcome stressful problems and meet your goals in managing stress, balancing school and family, relationships, coping with physical injuries, financial difficulties, and adjustment issues.
- Path to Better Sleep
This course provides information and practical tools to manage sleep problems.
- Parenting Course
This course provides parents with tools that strengthen parenting skills and helps them reconnect with their children, and deal with both everyday problems and family issues that are unique to the military lifestyle.