About This Week’s Show:
Today’s show is a preview of the great episodes we have coming up this month. This month, we’re talking about the intersection between first responder and veteran mental health, the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program, Native American ceremonial healing, Team Red White and Blue, The similarities between Australian and American veteran mental health, A couple of newly released books and insights about veteran mental health from authors David Kieran and Karl Marlantes, and another combat veteran who became a clinical mental health counselor after their retirement, like me.
In this Episode, you will learn:
- HST130 Joseph Smarro – Veteran and First Responder Mental Health
- HST131 Dr. Sheila Rauch – The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program
- HST132 Dr. Arie T. Greenleaf – Native American Ceremonial Healing
- HST133 JJ Pinter – Team Red, White and Blue
- HST134 Barry Zworestine – Australian Veteran Mental Health
- HST135 Dr. David Kieren – Signature Wounds
- HST136 Don McCasland – From Combat Veteran to Therapist
- HST137 Karl Marlantes – What It Is Like to Go To War
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