Phoenix, AZ – Over 30 members of the Arizona Legislature and their staff attended the reception to learn more about a neuro-therapeutic, non-pharma technique developed by dēhp® to treat Veterans and First Responders suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (also known as “PTSD”). The reception was held in Paradise Valley.

“We were pleased to have had the opportunity to meet with so many members of the Arizona Legislature to discuss a highly successful and cost-effective solution that is helping our Arizona Veterans and First Responders suffering from PTSD. Our current clinical success rate is over 91% as measured by the Better Outcomes Now software that we use” said Josette Sullins, CEO and Founder of dēhp® Integrative Care, a Phoenix based company.

Arizona is home to more than 600,000 Veterans, half of which live in Maricopa County. The Veterans Administration estimates that over 30 percent of Vietnam Veterans, 10 percent of Gulf War Veterans, and 11 percent of Afghanistan Veterans suffer from PTSD. That means that there are more Veterans suffering from PTSD living in Arizona than American soldiers that died in Vietnam (58,220).

dēhp® is working with Veteran organizations such as Honor House, Rally Point, and Veterans First to treat as many Arizona Veterans as possible with this highly successful therapy technique.