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The psychological impact of military service is well known but less understood. Every Tuesday and Thursday, join combat veteran and clinical mental health counselor Duane France as he interviews mental health professionals, veterans, and those who support them about mental health and wellness. If you want to understand more about service member and veteran mental health, then this podcast is for you.

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HST140 Summary - Dr. Daniel Libby
About Today's Guest:Dan is a founder and Executive Director of Veterans Yoga Project.  He is a licensed clinical psychologist and yoga teacher specializing in the mindful integration of evidence-based psychotherapies and complementary and alternative medicine practices for the treatment of PTS(D) and other psychological and emotional distress in active-duty military and veterans.As a Postdoctoral Fellow with Yale University’s Department of Psychiatry and the VA’s Mental Illness Research and Education Clinical Center, Dan conducted research investigating the physiological correlates of mindfulness meditation as well as the first epidemiological investigation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in VA PTSD treatment programs. He is also former Director of Clinical Services for the Starlight Military Rehabilitation Program and has taught mindfulness and yoga to hundreds of veterans and active-duty service members.Daniel is currently a psychologist at the Oakland Vet Center in Oakland, California, where he teaches several yoga and meditation classes weekly.  A graduate of the 200-hour Embodyoga® Teacher Training, Dan learned everything he ever needed to know at the Feathered Pipe Ranch, the renowned nonprofit educational foundation and yoga retreat center.In this Episode, you will learn: Daniel's background and experience Mindfulness and Meditation Using mindfulness to address psychological concerns Phsyical changes to the brain due to mindfulness Yoga as "mindful movement" Stereotypes around yoga and how they are changing Traumatic stress reaction as a disempowering experience and yoga as a re-empowering experience Yoga and Vietnam Veterans The Veterans Yoga Project Trying multiple types of yoga Links Mentioned in this Episode:Daniel's WebsiteVeterans Yoga Project WebsiteDaniel's WebsiteVeterans Yoga Project on Social MediaFacebookLinkedInTwitterInstagramGuided Meditation PracticeNavy Seal Jon Macaskill Want to learn more about Service Members, Veterans, and Military Family Member Mental Health?Check out this upcoming webinar series. Do you want to help offset some of the costs of the Head Space and Timing Blog and Podcast? Want to show your appreciation and support? You can put some paper in the tip jar by going hereor clicking the button belowWant to keep up with the latest Head Space and Timing content?Click here to sign up to receive a weekly newsletter with all new content released that weekUsing an app makes subscribing and listening to podcasts (both ours and others) so much simpler. Just subscribe to Head Space and Timing within your app and it will automatically update every time a new episode is released. You can also find all of the podcast players here.Check out Duane’s latest book, Combat Vet Don’t Mean Crazy: Veteran Mental Health in Post-Military LifeWould you like to be a guest on Head Space and Timing? Follow This Link.★ Support this podcast by donating ★
HST139 - LTC Dave Grossman - The Psychological Impact of Combat
About Today’s Guest:In their description of Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, Slate Magazine said, “Grossman cuts such a heroic, omnicompetent figure, he could have stepped out of a video game.”  He has five patents to his name, has published four novels, two childrens’ books, and six non-fiction books to include his “perennial bestseller” On Killing (with over half a million copies sold), and a New York Times best-selling book co-authored with Glenn Beck.He is a US Army Ranger, a paratrooper, and a former West Point Psychology Professor.  He has a Black Belt in Hojutsu, the martial art of the firearm, and has been inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame.Col. Grossman’s research was cited by the President of the United States in a national address, and he has testified before the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Congress, and numerous state legislatures.  He has served as an expert witness and consultant in state and Federal courts.  He helped train mental health professionals after the Jonesboro school massacre, and he was also involved in counseling or court cases in the aftermath of the Paducah, Springfield, Littleton and Nickel Mines Amish school massacres.Col. Grossman has been called upon to write the entry on “Aggression and Violence” in the Oxford Companion to American Military History, three entries in the Academic Press Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict and has presented papers before the national conventions of the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Since his retirement from the US Army in 1998, he has been on the road almost 300 days a year, for over 19 years, as one of our nation’s leading trainers for military, law enforcement, mental health providers, and school safety organizations.Today Col. Grossman is the director of the Killology Research Group.  In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks he is has written and spoken extensively on the terrorist threat, with articles published in the Harvard Journal of Law and Civil Policy and many leading law enforcement journals, and he has been inducted as a “Life Diplomate” by the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, and a “Life Member” of the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute.In this Episode, you will learn: Two persistent myths about veterans: the pity party and the macho man Neurological impact of combat Shortcoming stress reactions by initiating the parasympathetic nervous system The impact of insomnia on suicide, health, and psychological wellbeing Links Mentioned in this Episode:A Selection of LTC Grossman's Books$16.15$17.99 (843)$24.95 (689)$20.00$22.95 (144)$12.16$16.99 (32)Ads by Amazon LTC Grossman’s WebsiteKillology WebsiteTravel and Speaking Schedule★ Support this podcast by donating ★
HST139 Summary - LTC Dave Grossman
About Today's Guest:In their description of Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, Slate Magazine said, “Grossman cuts such a heroic, omnicompetent figure, he could have stepped out of a video game.”  He has five patents to his name, has published four novels, two childrens’ books, and six non-fiction books to include his “perennial bestseller” On Killing (with over half a million copies sold), and a New York Times best-selling book co-authored with Glenn Beck.He is a US Army Ranger, a paratrooper, and a former West Point Psychology Professor.  He has a Black Belt in Hojutsu, the martial art of the firearm, and has been inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame.Col. Grossman’s research was cited by the President of the United States in a national address, and he has testified before the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Congress, and numerous state legislatures.  He has served as an expert witness and consultant in state and Federal courts.  He helped train mental health professionals after the Jonesboro school massacre, and he was also involved in counseling or court cases in the aftermath of the Paducah, Springfield, Littleton and Nickel Mines Amish school massacres.Col. Grossman has been called upon to write the entry on “Aggression and Violence” in the Oxford Companion to American Military History, three entries in the Academic Press Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict and has presented papers before the national conventions of the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Since his retirement from the US Army in 1998, he has been on the road almost 300 days a year, for over 19 years, as one of our nation’s leading trainers for military, law enforcement, mental health providers, and school safety organizations.Today Col. Grossman is the director of theKillology Research Group.  In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks he is has written and spoken extensively on the terrorist threat, with articles published in the Harvard Journal of Law and Civil Policy and many leading law enforcement journals, and he has been inducted as a "Life Diplomate" by the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, and a "Life Member" of the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute.In this Episode, you will learn: Two persistent myths about veterans: the pity party and the macho man Neurological impact of combat Shortcoming stress reactions by initiating the parasympathetic nervous system The impact of insomnia on suicide, health, and psychological wellbeing Links Mentioned in this Episode:LTC Grossman's WebsiteKillology WebsiteTravel and Speaking Schedule ★ Support this podcast by donating ★
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Started
Jul 4th, 2017
Latest Episode
Aug 20th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
145
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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Yes
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