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FREE Veterans Support Group

  • 14 May 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Virtual


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The COVID-19 Task Force Support Group for Veterans is a Veteran-led support group dedicated to providing Veterans with a safe space to unpack some of the unique stressors that Veterans can experience, particularly during the COVID crisis.  This group will help Veterans identify and process some of those experiences and stressors with peers by relating personal experiences, establishing social connections and working through difficulties.  We have all shared experiences that are unlike anything else - this group brings that focus to help provide a supportive space for Veterans.  Join us for this 90 minute group where we all have each other's six.

Christina E. Rock, LPC, LSATP, NCC, MAC, CCTP, CSOTP, CSAC is a Military Veteran, passionate about working with clients seeking positive changes in their lives. She owns Got Your Six Counseling Services, a private mental health practice dedicated to serving Military, Veterans, First Responders and their Families.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and Master Addictions Counselor. She specializes in both trauma and addiction counseling, however has experience working with depression, anxiety, significant changes that cause distress, abuse, and anger. She believes in providing a holistic approach to clients that includes both mind and body. Her role in the healing process is one of guidance, support, information, and positive regard for the person as a human being. She believes change in all things is possible, and that it is the journey that makes life meaningful.  She also incorporates Animal Assisted Therapy, with her therapy dog, Cammi, to help clients process and manage difficult emotions.

Christina has experience in helping clients who have experienced traumatic and impactful life events process them in healthy ways and develop healthy coping skills to manage distress. She believes that substance use and addiction stems from troubling interpersonal and life experiences, and uses a comprehensive approach that includes EMDR, DBT, IFS and Person-Centered therapy.

As a Military Veteran and Military spouse, she possesses some of the unique experiences and knowledge that other military members, active duty and separated/retired members have encountered. As a civilian, she is also attuned to many of the issues that spouses and civilian members of the community experience on a daily basis. These experiences help round her as a professional and person.

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