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John Liebert, James S. 🚀 262

👯 August 24, 2015

A photo of our guest James S. and Steve Martin.

Tonight our topic is the imperative and growing problem of PTSD: post-traumatic stress disorder, a condition that can leave formerly strong and vibrant soldiers in a state requiring intervention and assistance. John Liebert is coauthoring a new book on this emergency, and James S. is a soldier who has worked for both the U.S. government as well as private contractors.

James is pictured in the photo, above, with Steve Martin during the first Gulf War before the air war. He provided protection while the USO was in Ras Al Jubail, Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, at a meet and greet for the troops.

John A. Liebert, MD, PC, is coauthor, along with your fine cohost at Future Theater, William J. Birnes, PhD, LLd, of the following books:

Psychiatric Criminology: A Roadmap for Rapid Assessment (Taylor & Francis/CRC, Medical Textbook Division, Neuroscience/Neurology Section: In press for release January 2016.)

Hearts of Darkness, Why Kids Are Becoming Mass Murderers and How We Can Stop It (Skyhorse Press.)

Wounded Minds: Understanding and Solving the Growing Menace of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Skyhorse Press)

Suicidal Mass Murderers: A Criminological Study of Why They Kill (Taylor & Francis/CRC Press.)

In addition, we still have a few author's copies left, so if you'd like to have Bill sign his copy for you, you can order the same books from our little Amazon Store called the Eleusinian Cafe. Here you will find lots of unusual books and some that are very special one-of-a-kind, indeed. If your tastes range from UFOs to even weirder stuff, you should find something to your liking here, and by buying these books directly from us, you are also helping to support Future Theater as well as our writing endeavors. So, thanks in advance, for ordering!

Tune in for our live show and call into the program if you would like to contribute. 🚀

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