This is the final 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


In this episode, Duane and Bennett Tanton, co-host of the Change Your POV Podcast Network flagship show, talk about the Veteran Mental Health Boot Camp Series, the impact that it has had, and where to go from here.


  • How the series brings to light some of the other aspects of veteran mental health that are not always talked about
  • Bennett’s thoughts on how it helps veterans to understand more about what aspects of mental health could be addressed
  • What has NOT been discussed in this series
  • What this series can mean for veterans, their families, and those who support them


Syracuse University Moral Injury Project

Veteran Mental Health Boot Camp on the Head Space and Timing Blog

Are You Just Starting on this series? Check out the first episode and all episodes as they’re released by going here





Want to keep up with all of the Head Space and Timing content? Subscribe Here 

You can be sure to find future episodes of Head Space and Timing by subscribing through your Podcast player of choice, like iTunes. Make sure to leave a review…see how here

Using an app makes subscribing and listening to podcasts (both ours and others) so much simpler. Just subscribe to Head Space and Timing within your app and it will automatically update every time a new episode is released. You can also find all of the podcast players here.

Do you want to check out Duane’s latest book, Combat Vet Don’t Mean Crazy? Check it out by finding it on Amazon.

Would you like to be a guest on Head Space and Timing? Follow This Link.

Categories: HST Podcast

Duane France

Duane K. L. France is a combat veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as a mental health counselor practicing in the state of Colorado. Do you want to join the conversation regarding veteran mental health? Share, like, and comment. Read Duane's previous posts and follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn. Keep the conversation about #veteranmentalhealth going.