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

STMSS20 – Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas – Resilience Development

STMSS20 – Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas – Resilience Development

Kate Hendricks Thomas, PhD is a behavioral medicine researcher and Master Certified Health Education Specialist. She studies evidence-based mental fitness and peak performance and is the author of several books. Kate is passionate about education and teaches for George Mason University’s Department of Global and Community Health. Her TEDx speeches provide a glimpse into Dr.Read more about STMSS20 – Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas – Resilience Development[…]

STMSS19 – MG(R) Mark Graham – Vets4Warriors

STMSS19 – MG(R) Mark Graham – Vets4Warriors

Major General (retired) Mark Graham is currently serving as the Senior Director, Rutgers UBHC National Call Center. Included in his duties is Director, Vets4Warriors and several other programs. MG Graham retired from the US Army on August 1, 2012 after almost thirty-five years of service. His final position was as the Director (G-3/5/7) U.S. ArmyRead more about STMSS19 – MG(R) Mark Graham – Vets4Warriors[…]

STMSS18 – Dr. Keita Franklin – Systems Approach to Suicide Prevention

STMSS18 – Dr. Keita Franklin – Systems Approach to Suicide Prevention

Keita Franklin, LCSW, PhD, is the Chief Clinical Officer at Psych Hub, the Co-Director of the Columbia Lighthouse Project at Columbia University and consults with Leidos Health Group. In her capacity as Psych Hub’s Chief Clinical Officer, she serves as a key member of the executive team overseeing the development and production of all clinicalRead more about STMSS18 – Dr. Keita Franklin – Systems Approach to Suicide Prevention[…]

STMSS17 – Erin Esquer – Military Leadership and Suicide Prevention

STMSS17 – Erin Esquer – Military Leadership and Suicide Prevention

SMSgt Erin Esquer serves as the First Sergeant for the 74th Aerial Port Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Lackland, Texas. SGMSgt Esquer is the advisor to the Commander, providing guidance for all enlisted matters concerning morale, fitness, and the welfare of unit members. SGMSgt Esquer entered the Air Force in November 2007 and graduatedRead more about STMSS17 – Erin Esquer – Military Leadership and Suicide Prevention[…]