Returning Vets: Bringing It All Home

A community of caring with and for servicemembers returning from Irag & Afghanistan

Joseph C. White, Veteran US Army, OEF, OIF


If you have returned from Iraq or Afghanistan, or other active duty assignments, come to PSI’s “Bringing It All Home” to share your experience with others who have been there. This will be a safe place to talk.

Veterans of the United States Military are strong, resilient, and self-supporting. After serving one or more tours of duty in wartime, many have returned home to face new challenges: re-integrating with family, relationships and social networks, and the job market. For some, this process has been as challenging as the tour(s) of duty. Today’s job market imposes additional stress on anyone looking for employment. Fortunately, many have been there and understand how hard it can to shift your focus from serving your country to serving your family and yourself. “Bringing It All Home” is an opportunity to discuss these and other issues relating to your return to civilian life.

Free of charge.

Presented in conjunction with Trinity Wall Street, we feel privileged that the location of this vent is St. Paul’s Chapel, which for nearly a year after the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center served as a relief mission for recovery workers at Ground Zero.

Thursday, April 30 | 6:30pm – 8:00pm

St. Paul’s Chapel | 209 Broadway | New York, NY

Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute
50 Fulton St 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10038

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