Pat Stone

About the Author

StoneDr. Stone earned his doctorate in psychology from Biola University in 1978. His clinical practice focused on the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in combat veterans. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses at Daystar University in Kenya and graduate courses at George Fox University in Oregon. He served as a mental health policy analyst for the United States Senate Veterans Affairs Committee in 2003-2004 at the start of the second Gulf War. Dr. Stone served as president of the Oregon Psychological Association and vice-chairman of the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners. Barbara Stone is a retired nurse having worked in hospital and non hospital based settings including ICU, CCU, Emergency Room, Obstetrics, Home Health and Hospice. Dr. and Mrs. Stone are retired and live in the Pacific Northwest and the sunny southwest.

20th BD20th Birthday

A psychologist, through letters and narrative, describes his forty-three year journey from war in Vietnam to the present day. How does a returning war veteran re-integrate his life after the moral ambiguity of war, killing, the death of friends, and a naive, disinterested public? Combat trauma, reconciliation, and healing are woven into a story of daily faith

About the Author -After his military service Dr. Stone completed a doctorate in psychology and practiced twenty-two years with a specialty in the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He taught graduate and undergraduate courses in the USA and Kenya, worked as a mental health policy analyst for the US Senate Veterans Affairs Committee and served as president of the Oregon Psychological Association and vice-chairman of the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners.

Under NetUnder the Mosquito Net

After surviving combat in Vietnam, an almost fatal plane crash, thirty years of marriage and twenty two years of a psychology private practice in the rural Northwest , Pat and Barbara wanted some new adventures. Under the Mosquito Net is their story of life in East Africa, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always memorable. Enjoy!

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