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Albany man helping soldiers to find their way home

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An anti-war activist using concepts of shamanism and mythology has been invited by the U.S. military to help deal with American soldiers’ war trauma. Since spring, Albany resident Ed Tick has been running workshops on post-traumatic stress disorder for military chaplains as part of the Army’s annual chaplain training. His presentations occur at three-day retreats held throughout the country, including Hawaii and Norfolk, Va., and in Germany. By the end of the year, he will ...

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