Military

"You don’t know."

 

As members of our military, soldiers are frequently

placed into situations that civilians are unable to fully

comprehend.  Elements of combat, concentrated

violence, secretive information, and life-saving

camaraderie, can be overwhelming and upsetting

outside a military environment.  Coupled with the

transition from a regimented lifestyle to civilian life, our

soldiers can find themselves feeling unbalanced and

unsupported.

 

“I don’t fit in.”

“They won’t understand.”

“You don’t get it.”

 

One of the many ways I help our soldiers adjust to the

events of their careers is to acknowledge their

experiences.  Helping them to calmly and

systematically address the traumatic events in their life,

we develop a set of skills and resources that they can

draw from in their daily routine. For some, this means

addressing the “moral injuries” that stem from combat

situations.

 

While I can’t erase the negative events of their careers,

I can help our soldiers adapt their world-view

expectations and adjust to a civilian life filled with

balance and happiness.

 

CTA – I’m ready to regain my life