Judith Broder

The Soldiers Project

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Psychiatrist who started The Soldiers Project, a Studio City-based network of licensed psychotherapists who give free mental health support to military members and their families; 2009 recipient of the $100,000 Purpose Prize for social innovators in an encore career

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Some 30,000 combat veterans will be returning to California every year for the next few years, and many will make the transition to civilian life by attending community college.

Basic Training: For 'Civilian' Life

Some 30,000 combat veterans will be returning to California every year for the next few years, and many will make the transition to civilian life by attending community college.

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In the past eight years, 1.7 million American soldiers have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Invisible Wounds of Combat Veterans in Iraq, Afghanistan

In the past eight years, 1.7 million American soldiers have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

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