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

HST133 – JJ Pinter – Team Red, White and Blue

HST133 – JJ Pinter – Team Red, White and Blue

About Today’s Guest: JJ Pinter is the Executive Director of Team Red, White, and Blue. As Team RWB’s 2nd employee, he has played a key role the development, growth, and operation of the organization. JJ works closely with board members, staff, and volunteer leaders to ensure the delivery of excellent programs that deliver impact. HeRead more about HST133 – JJ Pinter – Team Red, White and Blue[…]

HST132 – Arie T. Greenleaf – Native American Ceremonial Healing

HST132 – Arie T. Greenleaf – Native American Ceremonial Healing

About Today’s Guest: Arie T. Greenleaf is Assistant Professor in the College of Education at Seattle University. He earned a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from The University of Iowa, a bachelor’s degree in political science from The University of Wisconsin – Madison, and a master’s degree in counseling from Clemson University. Prior to joiningRead more about HST132 – Arie T. Greenleaf – Native American Ceremonial Healing[…]

HST131 – Sheila Rauch – Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

HST131 – Sheila Rauch – Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

About Today’s Guest: Sheila A.M. Rauch, Ph.D., ABPP, is Associate Professor in Psychiatry at in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Emory University School of Medicine. She serves as Clinical Director of the Emory University Veterans Program and Director of Mental Health Research and Program Evaluation at the Atlanta VA Medical Center.Read more about HST131 – Sheila Rauch – Emory Healthcare Veterans Program[…]

HST130 – Joseph Smarro – Veteran and First Responder Mental Health

HST130 – Joseph Smarro – Veteran and First Responder Mental Health

About Today’s Guest: Joseph Smarro was born in Virginia and raised in New York. He graduated from Hadley-Luzerne High School in 2000. Immediately after graduating, he joined the United States Marine Corps, where he served honorably for four years with the 1st Battalion 4th Marines, Camp Pendleton, California. Joseph served in Operation Enduring Freedom asRead more about HST130 – Joseph Smarro – Veteran and First Responder Mental Health[…]

Make Enough Noise about Veteran Suicide and We Might Make a Difference

Make Enough Noise about Veteran Suicide and We Might Make a Difference

A single drumbeat, by a solitary drummer, will not create enough noise to shake the rafters of a nation. It could, though. If joined by enough drummers, beating with different rhythms for different reasons, at different paces and with beats strong and soft, these beats will join together to create a sound that will shakeRead more about Make Enough Noise about Veteran Suicide and We Might Make a Difference[…]

HST129 July 2019 Preview Show

HST129 July 2019 Preview Show

About This Week’s Show: Today’s show is a preview of the great episodes we have coming up this month. This month, we’re talking about the intersection between first responder and veteran mental health, the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program, Native American ceremonial healing, Team Red White and Blue, The similarities between Australian and American veteran mentalRead more about HST129 July 2019 Preview Show[…]

Survey to Share Your Thoughts on Veteran Suicide Prevention

Survey to Share Your Thoughts on Veteran Suicide Prevention

In March, an Executive Order established the President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End the National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS). The Roadmap will include a National Research Strategy to advance efforts to improve quality of life and reduce the rate of suicide among veterans by better coordinating research within and beyond the Federal government, andRead more about Survey to Share Your Thoughts on Veteran Suicide Prevention[…]