A military career is a life-changing experience with many unknowable factors that can cause trauma, stress, anxiety, depression and worry.  Returning to civilian life can prove to be a tough transition and trauma is a personal thing that can often feel less of a significance to others. Do you need help with problems sleeping, readjusting to civilian life, or a specific mental health problem? Do you constantly feel on edge? Close to panicking or exploding?

(PTSD) Post-traumatic stress disorder occurs after you experience severe trauma or a life threatening event. Many veterans suffer from PTSD and deserve proper care and Therapy for Veterans. There are numerous symptoms associated with PTSD including; paranoia, depression, reoccurring “Flashbacks” or “reliving” an event, nightmares, or memory of a traumatic event. This can cause stress and relationship issues as well as experiencing physical signs such as sweating and increased heart rate.

This can cause:


-Experience physical signs such as sweating and increased heart rate.

-This can lead to or has already led to heart conditions

-Panic disorders






-Sleep terrors

-Angry outbursts

-Suicidal ideation




-Crying spells

-Difficulty concentrating


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Psychotherapy for Veterans can give you or your loved one the opportunity to share one’s feelings and have a therapist that offers support, understanding, and tools to live a happy life.

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Crises Hotlines:


National suicide prevention hotline. Dial .


National Veterans Foundation. Call or visit the National Veterans Foundation website. The National Veterans Foundation’s mission is to offer crisis management, information referrals, and outreach for veterans in need.


Homelessness Hotline. If you are currently experiencing homelessness or are on the verge of homelessness, call the VA’s homelessness hotline at.


SAMHSA National Helpline. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) helpline offers free, confidential information on where to find mental health and substance abuse resources. You can also search for mental health treatment centers on the SAMHSA website.