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

How Creativity is Helping a Veteran Recover what He Lost in a Place He Has Not Been

How Creativity is Helping a Veteran Recover what He Lost in a Place He Has Not Been

This post is an original article written by Dan Manning, CEO of Firepower Concepts, LLC. Dan is a United States Air Force senior leader, and is helping businesses and non-profits apply creativity to solve their toughest problems. This article addresses Moral Injury, a common topic on the Head Space and Timing Blog; you can read more aboutRead more about How Creativity is Helping a Veteran Recover what He Lost in a Place He Has Not Been[…]

HST033: Moral Injury with Dr. Joseph Currier

HST033: Moral Injury with Dr. Joseph Currier

This is the 9th episode of the Veteran Mental Health Boot Camp, a series of podcasts that is looking at all aspects of Veteran Mental Health. Check out the first episode and all episodes as they’re released by going here  Summary: Dr. Currier’s Research Interests: Applied Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Trauma and Loss Moral InjuryRead more about HST033: Moral Injury with Dr. Joseph Currier[…]

Moral Injury: The Impact of Combat on Veteran’s Individual Morality

Moral Injury: The Impact of Combat on Veteran’s Individual Morality

This post was originally posted as part of the American Counseling Association Blog Project. Original post can be located HERE In a previous post, I discussed how veterans experience more challenges than just PTSD and TBI, the primary conditions that most community members are aware of. In order to provide some deeper context, I’d like to expandRead more about Moral Injury: The Impact of Combat on Veteran’s Individual Morality[…]