Guest: Jennifer O'Neill
Jennifer O’Neill talks to us about the power of an equestrian form of therapy to help vets and their loved ones.
Guest: Margaret Rutherford
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Margaret Rutherford, the author of the book Perfectly Hidden Depression. We talk about the book, seeking mental health treatment, and a lot more.
Guest: Jeff Banman
Jeff Banman talks with us about having what he calls an operational mindset. You don’t want to miss this one.
Guest: Jason Mosel
Jason Mosel has made incredible physical accomplishments. But he’s not a natural born athlete. He keeps pushing himself outside of his comfort zone though, which enables him to attempt these huge tasks.
Guest: Annette Whittenberger
In this episode, Annette Whittenberger talks about the loss of identity she experienced after serving in the Army for 17 years.
Guest: Sherry Walling
Dr. Sherry Walling is a clinical psychologist, speaker, yoga teacher, podcaster, entrepreneur, and best-selling author. We touched on a wide range of subjects. Veteran suicide, the VA, when the right time is to seek help, relational and moral injuries, and a whole lot more.
Guest: Joaquin Juatai
Joaquin Juatai is a disabled veteran and an author of the book PTSDog: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Service Dog. He also hosts The Service Dog Show with PTSDog, which is broadcast on WDVR. He educates, supports, and advocates for other veterans who have chosen to use a service dog as part of their own...
Guest: Dave Pecirep
Dave Pecirep was a combat veteran who struggled with his own mental health after returning home from Afghanistan. He spent some time getting his own mental health in order before eventually returning to college to get his Master’s in psychotherapy.
Guest: Brooke Siem
Brooke Siem is unlike many of our guests in that she’s not a veteran. However, her story is one that sounds all too familiar to many veterans.
Guest: Chip Rankin
Chip Rankin is an educator and a soldier in the Army National Guard. Chip has found through mentoring others that those who have been more resilient and not been caught up in “mind traps” have been able to work through their struggles easier.