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

HST100 Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different

HST100 Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different

Summary: Christopher is a #1 Best Selling Amazon Author and “Top 30” rated Podcaster. Lochhead has been an advisor to over 50 venture-backed startups, is a venture capital limited partner and a former three-time Silicon Valley public company CMO, entrepreneur, and co-author of two best sellers: Niche Down: How To Become Legendary By Being Different, and PlayRead more about HST100 Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different[…]

HST099 The Alchemy of Combat with Dr. Larry Decker

HST099 The Alchemy of Combat with Dr. Larry Decker

Summary: Larry R. Decker, Ph.D.has specialized in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder for 34 years, as a clinical supervisor at a Vet Center, a tenured professor at a California State university, a contract/provider with the Department of Veterans Affairs, and as the author of many technical articles ranging from information processing to the spiritual nature of trauma.Read more about HST099 The Alchemy of Combat with Dr. Larry Decker[…]

The Role of Shared Background Knowledge in Post-Military Life

The Role of Shared Background Knowledge in Post-Military Life

Veterans face many challenges in post-military life. It’s not that these challenges can’t be overcome, or that veterans are somehow deficient because they experience these challenges. It’s what happens when we move from one culture to another. One of the challenges that frustrate many of the veterans I see is that others don’t “get them.”Read more about The Role of Shared Background Knowledge in Post-Military Life[…]

HST098 Physical and Mental Health with Stephanie Lincoln

HST098 Physical and Mental Health with Stephanie Lincoln

Summary: Stephanie Lincoln is a former Army Captain. She is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and holds several group fitness certifications. Her personal style to fitness is mainly the use of high intensity intervals, for short, but efficient workouts. She loves burpees and detests leg day, but does it anyways. Her motto is “Fit toRead more about HST098 Physical and Mental Health with Stephanie Lincoln[…]

HST097 Impact of Perceptions on Behavior with Dr. Eric Pedersen

HST097 Impact of Perceptions on Behavior with Dr. Eric Pedersen

Summary: Eric R. Pedersen is a senior behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. His research interests are primarily in areas of young adult/adolescent alcohol use and comorbid mental health disorders. Pedersen has received funding to develop brief, online interventions to reduce alcohol misuse among young adult populations such as college students and recently discharged veterans.Read more about HST097 Impact of Perceptions on Behavior with Dr. Eric Pedersen[…]

HST096 The Independence Fund with Sarah Verardo

HST096 The Independence Fund with Sarah Verardo

Summary: Sarah and Mike Verardo have become a national face for severely wounded combat Veterans andtheir Caregivers. They’ve appeared on numeroustelevision programs and news outlets over the past several years to push for Veterans Affairs healthcare reform. Sarah has dedicated her life to both the care and recovery of her husband, and supporting Caregivers andRead more about HST096 The Independence Fund with Sarah Verardo[…]