Veterans Mental Health Counseling is an important part of reintegration for many veterans, particularly those who have experienced combat or served in combat zones, and those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Life after deployment is not easy. A veteran may feel constantly on edge, always uneasy. Marriages often suffer as the returning spouse struggles to adjust to a normal routine that has become unfamiliar. Even basic functions, like sleeping, eating and spending time with family and friends can be disturbed.
Many veterans are provided with generic prescriptions that simply cannot make up for what is missing in their lives now. They move rapidly from one prescription to the next, and in some cases begin adding alcohol to the mix in an attempt to cope with a growing distance between themselves and the world around them.
What these prescriptions cannot provide is a meaningful path to transition. They cannot bridge the gap between the veteran and their loved ones, and they cannot help a veteran find a useful application for the discipline, leadership, and non-combat skills they developed while serving abroad.
I have been an in-network provider with Military1 Source for many years. I am committed to their mission to provide effective, compassionate counseling for veterans throughout the Harrisburg region.
I am proud and blessed to have walked alongside veterans for more than two decades as they navigate challenging arenas such as
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