News & Updates


Dr. Todd Adamson and Dr. Christopher Reist will be presenting an exciting and new seminar at our National Conference, Nov 7th, on virtual reality in therapy. These experts are at the forefront of new research! Listen to their session entitled "Virtual Reality goes to War: New Tools for the Assessment Treatment and Prevention of PTS."

Register to this seminar along with others, before our early bird sale ends on SATURDAY, October 10th.

These seminars provide insight into the population we serve and give us a better understanding of current, alternate, and future practices in mental health!

Visit www.TheSoldiersproject.org/conference to learn more and to register today!

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Many thanks to the volunteer therapists in Long Island! You make an important impact on the lives of veterans and their loved ones in and around your community! The Long Island Chapter is headed by Chapter Co-Directors Alicia Brackman and Linda Caginalp. Big thanks to them for working closely with the national and regional chapters!

If you are interested in volunteering or would like to learn more visit www.TheSoldiersProject.org.
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2 days ago

Today’s featured conference presenter is Dr. Jennifer Martin. She is a Sleep Psychologist in the Los Angeles area. As an Associate Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, she teaches about caring for patients with sleep disorders. She is also a Research Scientist and Psychologist at the VA.

Dr. Martin will be presenting “Helping Veterans Improve Sleep” at our 5th national conference. Come to this and other comprehensive presentations at our conference by purchasing a ticket at www.TheSoldiersProject.org/conference! Early bird registration ends soon!
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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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