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By: Casey Hall, PHD, LPC-S, LMFT-S   Celebrating Our Veterans and First Responders   Celebrating our veterans and first responders is a natural inclination, and there are multiple ways that we can help them to feel seen, heard, and appreciated while remaining respectful.   Once discharged or retired, veterans and first...

By: Megan Loney, ED.S, LPC   Healing from Trauma as a Veteran or First Responder   Healing from trauma as a veteran or first responder comes with unique obstacles, particular to the line of work they have been in. Time in the military or emergency services is wholly unique...

By: Alisa Mitchell, LPC The Mental Health of Veterans and First Responders   Unfortunately, in the civilian world, mental health awareness for veterans and first responders is severely lacking. Annually there may be an article written, often glossing over or entirely misrepresenting what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder looks...

By: Rita Masterson, LPC   Stigma, Public Scrutiny & Cultural Competence   With retirement or discharge from active duty, veterans returning to the civilian world may face a lot of public scrutiny, stigma, and struggle with their own cultural competence.    Among other more personal, internal struggles, veterans may face some...

By Todd McGuire, LPC  Active Duty Military: Navigating Conflict and Managing Communication   There are few professions as daunting and stressful as First Responders and Active Duty Military, and these lines of work present unique interpersonal challenges in work life and home life. This month, our blog is...

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