Kiwanis Foundation of Temecula Valley
Because of the noticeable changes in Moore’s behavior, as acknowledged by his wife, Kiwanis is sponsoring a medical study to replicate this treatment, with another veteran. This initial study will then be used, that additional studies can be done, to eventually incorporate this treatment to the general public.
This vision extends to children, who suffered trauma, as well.
The study: “How were Moore’s symptoms of PTSD changed so quickly”? “Scientifically, what happened in therapy”? “Can this outcome be repeated”? “How can nightmares change with therapy”? “PTSD symptoms changed in less than 30 days”?
Questions concerning fear, anger, forgiveness, self-love, with components of therapy examined, documented through qEEG, Brain Mapping, video recording and debrief of the subject.
Kiwanis Foundation of Temecula Valley.
Temecula Kiwanis members Jim Stead and Jimmy Moore discuss need for the Medical Study.
QEEG data, Electroencephalogram and Brain Mapping, video recording of therapy sessions. Brain Maps will be compared with commentary/debrief of therapy, video with split screens, so the Brain Map, therapy and interview comes together.
This study is intense. This leads to a larger more comprehensive study. Creating an open understanding of therapy.
THE STUDY: A retired Lt. Colonel who served mortuary duty in Iraq has volunteered for this study. Nightmares and PTS symptoms will be reviewed in this study. Up to 15 hours of EEG will be examined, to understand therapy. Data will be reviewed by Scientists and Mathematicians.
Measure sleep disturbance prior to therapy, during therapy and follow-up after therapy. This will help to understand what occurred to change nightmares and PTS symptoms of Lt. Colonel Moore.
Donations to the Temecula Kiwanis Foundation to support this study are gratefully accepted.
Please, HELP US –HELP THEM. Make your check payable to : (Note on your check: Funds to be used for PTSD Study)
Temecula Kiwanis Foundation
P.O. Box 447
Temecula, CA 92593
The outcome of this study is relevant to the Center of Disease Control’s ACE Study .
The Adverse Childhood Experience: http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/acestudy/
Study Sponsored by The Temecula Kiwanis Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit corporation