Dr. Frank Bourke and Dr. Denise Potts discuss female study results and recruits for upcoming male studies with KUSI TV in San Diego on May 2nd 2016.
New York State Senator John Bonacic discusses the Research and Recognition Project at Mental Hygiene Budget Hearing.
Research and Recognition Project Gets $800K Grant
By Richard J. Bayne
Posted Sept. 3, 2015 at 10:06 PM
Updated Sept. 3, 2015 at 10:28 PM
TOWN OF WALLKILL - Vietnam-era veteran Jerrold Oser Sr. was stationed in Alaska in 1964 when a killer earthquake struck, and he remembers watching people die.
For decades, he had nightmares about watching, helpless, as children slipped into an enormous black hole. Diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, Oser, 71, suffered with mood swings and night sweats, personal relationships were strained, and he ended up divorced.
Finally, last year... Read More
This video and news article announces a new treatment program for PTSD - The Research and Recognition Project is beginning clinical testing for the RTM protocol. This article describes the program and calls out for participants who might want to get relief from their symptoms for a research study finishing in April 2016.
Video: Description of the Research Program in Middletown, New York
Overview and Introduction to the Research and Recognition Project History
This insightful video by Frank Bourke tells Frank's story about his history with the 911 trauma victims, and how he started the R&R project. He states his motivation for the movement, he talks about the history of the R&R project, and he tells you details about who's involved.
Frank gives you a lot of research information and data so that you can understand what's going on with the project both here and abroad. He talks about what's been published in peer reviewed journals, and he discusses further research.
Senator John Bonacic discusses Research Recognition Project Funding for PTS
This speech by Senator Bonacic, Frank Bourke, and a participant of the PTSD program, announces the amazing possibilities and the growing support for the project. This video announces to the world the increasing support by the government and people of America to make the project a full success.
Senator O'Mara's comments supporting the "Research and Recognition Project"
This short video explains Senator O'Mara's and the government's support for the project. According to O'Mara, the 1.6 million dollars that the R&R project is asking for is relatively little money compared to the large benefit that could be done in the community. There is a lot of veterans in the United States that are costing the government large amounts of money and resources for ongoing treatment. The program would actually save the government a lot of money over time since the program is so successful. The Senator calls out to make the world a better place by including the R&R project in their budget.