So I am writing this post from my new command, which is a Naval Hospital for treatment. I was supposed to be sent here for treatment for PTSD. I have done the VA evaluation, but that is about it. Since moving here I have LESS treatment (one visit every two weeks compared to 2-3 visits to the doctor a week), I work a normal schedule, and I feel like the command is pretty much just throwing me somewhere to work until the process is over, yet won't help me. My immediate chain is great, but they can only accomplish so much, and bringing up the issues to the higher ups has yielded no results. My one visit every two weeks is composed of telling me about the VA process and telling me "I don't think you will get treatment here or feel better while in the Navy" (yes, my DOCTOR said this). I also asked about a service dog (I have very severe panic attacks. The last one saw me in the hospital with a blood pressure of 209/140 from sheer adrenaline.), and was told it was a 'liability' for them to proscribe one because then it gets into 'legally disabled' status and they can't do that. So I ask about alternative treatments and am met with 'No idea, we tried all the conventional stuff and it didn't work'. I seriously feel like I am fighting an uphill battle just to GET treatment. Any advice on coping strategies, outlets for aggression/irritability/depression, or advice in general? I could use the assistance.