YES! THERE IS A CURE FOR COMBAT-RELATED PTSD!

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RAPID RESOLUTION THERAPY (RRT):

A REVOLUTIONARY NEW SOLUTION FOR VETERANS!

Unlike traditional "talk therapy" used by the Veterans Administration and other therapeutic practices, Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is an innovative modality that gently and easily clears troubling thoughts or emotions on a deeper level without requiring individuals to relive past events or feel painful emotions. Best of all, veterans can see permanent results in as little as just one 2-hour session!

Soldier With PTSD

SUPPORTIVE RETREAT ALLOWS HEALING TO HAPPEN FAST!

Through an exclusive Warrior Retreat experience and their individual Rapid Resolution Therapy sessions, soldiers are finally seeing an end to their suffering - returning to their lives and loved ones free from the pain, guilt, and anxiety of the past!

ARE YOU A VETERAN SEEKING HELP?

Yes, there really IS an end to the PTSD symptoms you've been experiencing. If you'd like to learn more about the Warrior Retreats and how Rapid Resolution Therapy can help you, email a Retreat Coordinator here...

ABOUT OPERATION SAVE OUR SOLDIERS...

Jeff Anderson

JEFF ANDERSON

Founder & CEO, Operation Save Our Soldiers

Serving as a Forward Observer in the US Army, Jeff Anderson's combat experiences revealed the "human side" of war that the non-serving public are unaware of - and the media isn't allowed to show.

Horrified by the shocking numbers of brave soldiers taking their own lives after during and after leaving service - with many more suffering daily from the mental scars of war - Jeff formed Operation Save Our Soldiers (OPSOS) after discovering the power of Rapid Resolution Therapy as a permanent healing modality and the effectiveness of the Warrior Retreats where veterans were finally receiving the help they needed to return to their lives and their families whole again. OPSOS later became established as a registered non-profit with the mission of ending "veteran suicide" and helping his fellow brothers- and sisters-in-arms get the help they need to overcome the negative effects of combat-related trauma.