Sometimes, it is very easy to tell by looking at someone that he or she is wounded. Other injuries are not visible to the naked eye. Those who served their country in the military might have lived through a number of experiences that can lead to the development of one of the unseen wounds of military service - including PTSD, TBI, depression and substance use disorder. These injuries can cause just as much suffering and impairment as those you can see — but there are evidence-based treatments that can help, and families can play a big role in their loved ones’ recoveries. In “Invisible Wounds at Home: Understanding Invisible Wounds,” subject matter expert Dr. Tina Atherall introduces you to the four unseen wounds of military service, and introduces our series that includes specific courses on myths and facts about PTSD, Depression, TBI and Substance Use Disorder, specific symptoms of each, and what families can do to help.