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Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

Moving Towards Stigma Reduction and Improving Treatment Seeking Behavior

Moving Towards Stigma Reduction and Improving Treatment Seeking Behavior

In any community, people speak in lowered voices about the place that people go when they’re in psychological distress. It’s derogatorily called the “loony bin” or the “nuthouse.” The conversation gets chill and people quickly change the subject when you hear of someone who went to the local psychiatric hospital. We don’t react that wayRead more about Moving Towards Stigma Reduction and Improving Treatment Seeking Behavior[…]

The Headstrong Project: Free Mental Health Counseling for Veterans

The Headstrong Project: Free Mental Health Counseling for Veterans

In order to ensure that the Head Space and Timing community is providing the most support possible to veterans, their families, and those who support veterans, we offer weekly posts that highlight free resources for veterans.  This is important to us: in our opinion, veterans should not have to pay for their mental health care. That’s not toRead more about The Headstrong Project: Free Mental Health Counseling for Veterans[…]

Eight Things a Mental Health Professional Wants a Veteran to Know

Eight Things a Mental Health Professional Wants a Veteran to Know

A recent post listed eight things that a veteran wants their mental health counselor to know. It’s extremely important that mental health professionals take the time to understand the cultural aspect of military service, and how the veteran’s time in the military has impacted them. It’s often one of the most critical barriers that veteransRead more about Eight Things a Mental Health Professional Wants a Veteran to Know[…]

Eight Things a Veteran Wants Their Mental Health Counselor to Know

Eight Things a Veteran Wants Their Mental Health Counselor to Know

As a professional counselor and military veteran, one of the most rewarding aspects of the work that I do is helping other veterans come to a point of awareness and understanding about their experiences in the military, and setting the stage for change if that’s what the veteran is willing to do. Working with anyRead more about Eight Things a Veteran Wants Their Mental Health Counselor to Know[…]