The PTSD Relief Project, INC is in the process of applying to be a 501(c) non-profit organization with the mission of providing access to acupuncture, equine therapy, art as therapy and other non-traditional approaches to treating PTSD for veterans and survivors of trauma. It will cost an estimated $1500 to cover the setup costs and $600 of that has been raised by the founding member, Jenny-Marie Greenough, LAc, RYT, Dipl. OM through the donation of proceeds from yoga classes. Donations are welcome at this time but are not yet considered tax deductible.
The PTSD Relief Project, INC plans to pursue grants for the initial program costs to provide programs for veterans. The founder of the PTSD Relief Project has a unique collection of skills and experiences and a broad selection of healers to partner with.
Jenny-Marie Greenough is a disabled Navy veteran, a graduate of the US Naval Academy and the owner and founder of Raja Wellness. Raja Wellness is a full-service East Asian Medical Clinic offering acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional and lifestyle counseling, Tai Chi, massage, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and aromatherapy. Jenny-Marie is a life-long horsewoman who specializes in helping people overcome fear with horses, natural horsemanship and the energetic exchange between horse and rider. She has worked with using horses to help people recovering from addiction, overcoming PTSD, and simply to better understand their own emotional state. She is also a student of Grand Master Ming Ye Ding, a World Heritage Grand Master of Tai Chi Chuan who has been recognized internationally numerous times for his contributions to martial arts. Jenny-Marie is able to combine her knowledge of the therapeutic aspects of Tai Chi, the healing principles of East Asian Medicine and the unique skills of her equine partners to help people access deep levels of healing and growth.
Her unique blend of skills and experience have helped her develop a whole person approach to the treatment of PTSD and with the support of other healers, she is able to integrate other therapies including Art as Therapy by Sandy Kaye Moss, as appropriate for the individual being treated. All of these approaches have proven to be beneficial individually, the PTSD Relief Project is unique in integrating these into a single program.
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