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Therapy for Veterans and Spouses

I have a vested interest in the well being of all Veterans, Spouses of Veterans, and Active Duty Military. I served in the United States Army for over 10 years, and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom! Who better to understand your circumstances than a fellow Veteran, who is also the wife of a Veteran, and mother of an Active Duty Member?


  • Combat and other military experiences (Military Sexual Trauma)
  • Sexual or physical assault
  • Learning about the violent or accidental death or injury of a loved one
  • Child sexual or physical abuse
  • Serious accidents, like a car wreck
  • Natural disasters, like a fire, tornado, hurricane, flood, or earthquake
  • Terrorist attacks


  • Constantly reliving the Event/ Intrusive Thoughts
  • Avoiding things that remind you of the events
  • Negative Feelings Increasing (Numbness, Loss of Interest)
  • Hypervigilance (Feeling on Edge)

Treatment Approach

Cognitive Processing Therapy A specific type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a structured 12-session psychotherapy approach for PTSD. CPT teaches you how to evaluate and change the upsetting thoughts you have had since your trauma.