HST022: Three Reasons for a Veteran to work with a Mental Health Professional…and It’s Not What You Think

SUMMARY:

In this episode, Duane shares his thoughts based on a blog post written on the Head Space and Timing website, 3 Reasons for Veterans to See a Mental Health Counselor…and It’s Not What You Think. Duane shares some different reasons why a veteran can and should look for a therapist to talk to.

IN THIS PARTICULAR EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The concept of “Before Stage Four” and how it applies to Veteran Mental Health
  • Talking to a mental health professional to become a better version of yourself
  • Talking to a mental health professional to perform “preventive maintenance”
  • Recognizing that Veterans experienced things beyond “normal” life

LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

 

Mental Health America Web site

 

HST 012 6 Signs That Things are Spinning Out Of Control

 

HST 008: The Cohen Veterans Network with Anthony Hassan

 

 

 

 

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Duane K. L. France is a combat veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as a mental health counselor practicing in the state of Colorado. Do you want to join the conversation regarding veteran mental health? Share, like, and comment. Read Duane's previous posts and follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn. Keep the conversation about #veteranmentalhealth going.