A spouse, child, parent or other family member of someone who served our country?
Someone who served in the military at any point in your life?
Active Duty? Guard? Reserves?
A combat veteran?
A civilian contractor or civil service who has worked with the military?
Employed by the Veterans Administration?
Associated with any public or private veteran focused organizations?
Involved with your local veteran community centers?
Do you want to be trained to deal with the invisible wounds no one wants to talk about?
And do you want to teach these skills to others?
What exactly are the invisible wounds we all carry?
Death – the feelings we carry after someone we know has died.
Divorce or romantic breakup – the death of a relationship no matter how long it lasted.
The end of your military career due to separation, retirement or disability.
Estrangement in relationships – with family, friends or others.
Loss of trust around leadership, values, or military service.
The shame around military service.
Transitioning back to civilian life after military service.
Comrades who have died by suicide.
Veterans have never lacked the courage to deal with the invisible wounds. What has been missing is truly helpful information and the actions that actually work.
Ed Owens - combat veteran
The GI Bill Chapter 28 or 30 and Vocational Rehabilitation Chapter 31
Both the 4-Day Grief Recovery Method Foundational Certification Training and the Online Capabilities Training have been approved for full reimbursement through the GI Bill Chapter 28 or 30 and Vocational Rehabilitation Chapter 31.
Directions for finding fully reimbursed Grief Recovery Method certification trainings