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

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[…]

Starving at the Feast: A Parable of Military Transition

Starving at the Feast: A Parable of Military Transition

The traveler stepped through the gate, excited and anxious about the future. Both the possibilities and challenges seemed endless, and he was curious what support he could obtain to help him along his journey. He clutched his traveling papers in his hand. As he walked into the village clustered outside the gate of the garrison,Read more about Starving at the Feast: A Parable of Military Transition[…]

Dangers and Benefits of Living a Private Life in Public

Dangers and Benefits of Living a Private Life in Public

Technology is amazing. It’s how I’ve been able to get my message out and has provided a voice to the previously voiceless. Over ten years ago, I had the honor of participating in an online community of Army Noncommissioned Officers called, at various times, SquadLeader.com, the NCO Website, and ultimately NCO Net as it becameRead more about Dangers and Benefits of Living a Private Life in Public[…]

The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college

The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college

This post is an original article written by Timothy Wienecke. Tim is a United States Air Force veteran and clinical mental health counselor practicing in Golden, Colorado. He has specialized in supporting veterans transitioning to higher education after the military through his work as a facilitator for the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) programRead more about The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college[…]