Breakthrough with Michael Pipich Thursday, April 18, 2013

April 18, 2013
Hosted by Michael Pipich, LMFT

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As our soldiers return from Iraq and Afghanistan, we as a nation are faced with a generation of soldiers and their families suffering with the psychological injuries of war. Just as we came together as one people following 9/11, it’s time for us to stand solidly with our wounded warriors, and understand the issue of PTSD through the stories of how they were forever changed in battle. In this episode of Breakthrough, Michael Pipich, LMFT will speak with Kevin Sites, the awarding-winning freelance journalist and author who has spent years covering global wars for ABC, NBC, CNN and Yahoo! News. They will discuss Kevin’s latest book, The Things They Cannot Say, Stories Soldiers Won’t Tell You About What They’ve Seen, Done or Failed to Do in War. His book not only presents the raw and gripping stories of the scars of battle, but the power that comes through redemption, healing and hope. And Kevin shares his own personal struggle that came from his experiences as an embedded war reporter. Don’t miss this episode of Breakthrough with Michael Pipich, Thursday April 18 at 9:00 Pacific Time.

Breakthrough with Michael Pipich

Breakthrough with Michael Pipich

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Breakthrough with Michael Pipich explores the psychological issues of modern life to find insights and solutions for you and your family. Michael’s guests include both experts and everyday people, creating exciting conversations and improving mental health at home and in your community.

Michael tackles central issues such as teen suicide, sexual abuse, and posttraumatic stress in our veterans. He provides clear understanding of mental health problems like alcohol and drug abuse, bipolar disorder, and traumatic brain injuries, giving perspectives on these issues not found anywhere else. The result is a breakthrough of deeper understanding into the powerful stories of life and healing that live in all of us.

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Michael Pipich, LMFT

Michael Pipich, LMFT

Michael Pipich is a licensed therapist who delves into the lives of people and families, creating new insights into their problems for clearer solutions. For years, Michael has helped individuals, couples, families and businesses resolve psychological and life challenges. He is a lecturer and guest speaker, and has provided expert courtroom testimony in many different legal cases. Not afraid of controversial issues, Michael is an energetic and interactive professional who reaches into the unconscious mind and the powerful stories of loss and healing in all of us.

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