Working with military personnel poses a different set of challenges compared to working with civilians.

Not all of that has to do with PTS(d). There are a number of "knowns" and "unknowns" that one does not learn in school: the military itself is a large organization. Its setup differs largely from civilian organizations.

Structure and Culture

"Brat" - IED - "no-go" ... the military has its own language, culture and structure. As an outsider, it is hard to understand if you don't know the basics.

Will you allow weapons on your premises?

Learn the "do's" and "don'ts", potential triggers and "no-go's" when working with military personnel and their families.

Exclusive Interview with a Vietnam Vet

Most Vietnam Vets do not speak about their experiences. One of our friends was kind enough to speak with us.

This course is closed for enrollment.