Michael Orban, keynote speaker and author of “Souled Out: Conquering Combat PTSD”, inspires audiences everywhere. Interested in engaging him for your next event? Reach out using the contact form below. Your group will thank you.

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“Souled Out: Conquering Combat PTSD” is a vivid account of what it was like being an infantry soldier in the Vietnam War. The author bears his soul as he talks about his war experience and how it affected his life when he returned home. He talks about how the war makes the morals and spirituality that was the foundation of all his beliefs seem like a lie. His journey to restore his soul is a long one and takes him on several pilgrimages out of the country. As a fellow Vietnam “combat brother”, I found his story honest, powerful and uplifting. A must read for combat vets of any war.

Don Lonsway

Vietnam Combat Vet, First Air CAV Division, 1968-69

I invited Mike Orban to speak to our group on December 17th, 2010. He was able to describe his own experience as a Vietnam Veteran, returning to a world he could not understand and adapt to. His message was powerful and relevant for the young Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and offered a path of hope and recovery. I am deeply appreciative of his insights and willingness to share the pain and joys of his return home.

Michael McBride, MD

Staff Psychiatrist, Zablocki VA Medical Center