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Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

Breaking It to the Kids The Hardest Thing About Deployments?

Breaking It to the Kids The Hardest Thing About Deployments?

This was originally posted on the Military Spouse Advocacy Network blog, and I’m honored to be working with them! You can read the original post, and find more great information for those who support service members and veterans most, by going here.  “Daddy’s going to be leaving for a while. But don’t worry, here’s a new puppy!” Probably not the bestRead more about Breaking It to the Kids The Hardest Thing About Deployments?[…]

A Resource for How to Respond to a Veteran Contemplating Suicide

A Resource for How to Respond to a Veteran Contemplating Suicide

Today’s resource is one that has been written for an external source. Before retiring from the Army, one of my roles in my unit was as a suicide prevention coordinator, and I went through the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) that helps leaders, first responders, community members, etc., to be able to respond toRead more about A Resource for How to Respond to a Veteran Contemplating Suicide[…]

Below the Surface of the Veteran Mental Health Iceberg: An Infographic

Below the Surface of the Veteran Mental Health Iceberg: An Infographic

There is much discussion, and rightly so, about the impact that military service has on the mental health and wellness of veterans. Previous articles published on the Head Space and Timing blog have highlighted the importance of looking beyond Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury to additional challenges that veterans face. A brief overview ofRead more about Below the Surface of the Veteran Mental Health Iceberg: An Infographic[…]

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College

This post is an original article written by Timothy Wienecke. Tim is a United States Air Force veteran and clinical mental health counselor practicing in Golden, Colorado. He has specialized in supporting veterans transitioning to higher education after the military through his work as a facilitator for the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) program at the UniversityRead more about The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College[…]

Cohen Veteran Network: A Network of Military Specialty Mental Health Clinics

Cohen Veteran Network: A Network of Military Specialty Mental Health Clinics

In order to ensure that the Head Space and Timing community is providing the most support possible to veterans, their families, and those who support veterans, we offer weekly posts that highlight free resources for veterans.  This is important to us: in our opinion, veterans should not have to pay for their mental health care. That’s not toRead more about Cohen Veteran Network: A Network of Military Specialty Mental Health Clinics[…]

Superhero in the House: Living with Your Service Member’s Alter Ego

Superhero in the House: Living with Your Service Member’s Alter Ego

  This was originally posted on the Military Spouse Advocacy Network blog, and I’m honored to be working with them! You can read the original post, and find more great information for those who support service members and veterans most, by going here.  Ever wonder what it was like for Superman at home? He has chores and responsibilities, justRead more about Superhero in the House: Living with Your Service Member’s Alter Ego[…]