One of the Greatest Weapons in the Miltary’s Arsenal was Useless Without the Head space and Timing Gauge. Veterans Can Be Rendered Inoperable if their Headspace and Timing is Not Set Correctly As Well.

Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

HST042: Society for Military Psychology with Dr. Heather O’Beirne Kelly

HST042: Society for Military Psychology with Dr. Heather O’Beirne Kelly

Summary: Heather O’Beirne Kelly is a senior legislative and federal affairs officer in the Science Government Relations Office of the American Psychological Association, a post she has held since 1998. In this role, Dr. Kelly advocates for behavioral science on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies and directs APA’s Executive Branch Science Fellowship Program. WithinRead more about HST042: Society for Military Psychology with Dr. Heather O’Beirne Kelly[…]

HST041: Neurobiology of PTSD with Dr. Blair Cano

HST041: Neurobiology of PTSD with Dr. Blair Cano

Summary: Dr. Cano is a Navy veteran and licensed psychologist in the states of Colorado and Hawaii. She is the founder and clinical director of Neurofeedback Colorado Springs. In the Navy, she served with VF-101, a fighter squadron based in Virginia Beach, VA. After leaving the Navy, she returned to Colorado Springs to finish herRead more about HST041: Neurobiology of PTSD with Dr. Blair Cano[…]

After the Military, Finding Your What Is As Important as Finding Your Why

After the Military, Finding Your What Is As Important as Finding Your Why

March, 1996. I was the lowest ranking guy in my platoon. My unit pushed south from our base in Hungary to Camp Angela, Bosnia. Being the lowest ranking guy in the platoon this didn’t always  mean that much, but this time, it meant I got the crap assignment. I was sent down early as aRead more about After the Military, Finding Your What Is As Important as Finding Your Why[…]

HST040: Spirituality, Women Veterans, and Transition with Dannette Patterson

HST040: Spirituality, Women Veterans, and Transition with Dannette Patterson

Summary: Dannette Patterson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and military spouse. She holds a Doctoral degree in counselor education and supervision from Argosy University–Atlanta, in Georgia. She currently provides counseling services to the military community. Her research interests include cultural awareness, military concerns, religion and spiritualty, and counseling supervision practices. Dannette’s Doctoral dissertation looked atRead more about HST040: Spirituality, Women Veterans, and Transition with Dannette Patterson[…]

HST039: Peer Support and Veteran Mental Health

HST039: Peer Support and Veteran Mental Health

Summary: In this episode, Duane and Bennett Tanton discuss the role of Peer Support in helping other service members in veteran mental health and wellness In This Particular Episode You Will Learn: Bennett’s military background and journey towards working in the mental health field The training that Bennett received to become a Certified Peer SupportRead more about HST039: Peer Support and Veteran Mental Health[…]