"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



“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



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