We owe an incalculable debt to our service members.
Much of what we know about post-traumatic stress injuries is because of military service members. Over many centuries, gruesome combat experiences and associated trauma-related symptoms were referred to as soldier’s heart, shell shock, battle fatigue, combat neurosis and gross-stress reaction, among other nomenclature.
Today, nearly 1.4 million people serve in our Armed Forces.
Unfortunately, many have a hard time readjusting to life out of the combat zone and may feel on edge, emotionally numb and disconnected. Others experience stress due to grueling conditions during training, deployment, humanitarian and government support missions. Still others suffer profoundly after experiencing military sexual trauma (MST).
Frontline Psychological Services & Wellness is proud to support US service members and their families.
We provide trainings, consultation and wellness events for (a) veterans and (b) service members covered under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).