PTSD: How recreational therapy helped one veteran

Warren Price is a retired Army medic who suffers from combat related post-traumatic stress disorder. He spent a year serving in Iraq with the 116th Engineer Company in 2004. During his time as a graduate student in BYU’s Department of Recreation Management, Price authored a powerful autoethnographic study on his experiences of using recreation — in his case, fly fishing and fly tying — to help find healing. He hopes his story will help other veterans suffering with PTSD to have hope and to not give up. Read more about Warren’s story here:

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