Tim Moss & Bill Wall talk with me about their book - Complexities and Challenges: Clinical Perspectives in Combat Veteran Treatment and the Unique Needs of Military & Veteran Families. This is episode 517 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an aud...
Tim Moss & Bill Wall talk with me about their book - Complexities and Challenges: Clinical Perspectives in Combat Veteran Treatment and the Unique Needs of Military & Veteran Families. This is episode 517 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
Lt Col (retired) William Wall is a combat veteran and CEO for The Center for Life Stress and Psychotherapy. He is a 30-year veteran of the Air Force and Army and an internationally recognized leader in the field of disaster and military-related clinical traumatology. During his Air Force career, he served as the mental health deputy flight commander at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the chief of behavioral health for Air Force Materiel Command. He was deployed in 2004-2005 as a combat stress team commander for Operation Iraqi Freedom and learned firsthand the dynamics of combat stress and its relation to PTSD. He served as social work ambulatory programs coordinator and manager for the Freedom Center, Dayton VA’s Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom Post Deployment Clinic from 2007 to 2017. He holds a Master’s degree from Our Lady of the Lake University, and is board-certified licensed clinical social worker/trauma therapist. He serves as mental health team member and former clinical director for the Southwest Ohio Critical Incident Stress Team. He is currently an Adjunct Instructor at Wright State University, and lectures nationally on the subjects of mental health, trauma recovery, organizational leadership and development.
Dr. Timothy Moss is a decorated combat Veteran, author, psychotherapist, leadership consultant, motivational speaker and CEO of Breakthrough Leadership Consulting. He is a veteran of the Air Force and Army, and an internationally recognized leader in the field of behavioral health and military-related clinical traumatology. During his Air Force career, he served as a senior mental health and family advocacy officer. He served as combat psychotherapist and clinical traumatologist for the Freedom Center, Dayton VA’s Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom Post Deployment Clinic from 2008 to 2017. Dr. Moss holds a Master of Science degree from the Ivy-league Columbia University, New York and a Doctorate of Counseling, from Logos University. He is a Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), and Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress (BCETS). He is the past-President and Chairman of the Board, National Association of Social Workers, Ohio Chapter and served as an adjunct professor, Saint Leo University. He is the author of “Clear Vision in a Dark Place” and “Can I Just Have Jesus?” He lectures nationally on the subjects of organizational leadership and development, mental health, trauma recovery, spirituality and community development.
We are focused today on their book - COMPLEXITIES AND CHALLENGES: Clinical Perspectives in Combat Veteran Treatment & the Unique Needs of Military & Veteran Families.
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