How Military Service Members Benefit from the NEA

A recent article on Quartz describes how military service members benefit from arts programming from the National Endowment for the Arts:

The benefits of arts therapy are particularly striking at the “resilience” stage, where it is used to combat physical and psychological trauma. Research has shown that arts therapy helps military patients suffering from PTSD and TBI to communicate their experiences, which allows medical staff to better understand their conditions and pinpoint more effective treatments.

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