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This week’s featured presenter for our 5th National Conference is LTC Lisa Hess. She is commissioned with the United States Air Force Reserves. She has served as a Director of Behavioral Health, Deputy Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Alcohol/Drug Awareness, Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Officer; and the Suicide Prevention Program Manager.

LTC Hess will present the informative seminar -- “What Therapists Should Know About Women in the Military” at our conference, Honor and Healing: 10 Years of The Soldiers Project.

To register for the conference visit www.TheSoldiersProject.org/conference
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Tomorrow, #Chicago Chapter Director, Kimberly Backman is speaking at the #Illinois Joining Forces Collaborative for military and veteran families at .The Soldiers Project is among the scheduled speakers to discuss local area programs serving veterans and their families.

Join Kimberly and other community leaders at the Lockhart Resource Institute from 9:30 to 11:30 am, Chicago time!

4941 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60651
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Arnie PopkyEMDR is research proven to combat PTSD. I've been using it successfully for over 25 years with our veterans. Why doesn't the VA offer EMDR to all our veterans. Semper Fi

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If you are a licensed mental health professional and you’d like to make a difference in the life of a service member and his/her family (malpractice insurance and office space required), please consider volunteering.

“I volunteer because my brother was in Vietnam and when he came back he needed services such as the counseling The Soldiers Project provides. If The Soldiers Project had been around then, his life would have been much more fulfilling and enjoyable.”

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