Wreaths Across America Radio hosts the last of four roundtable discussions on Veteran Healing

This RoundTable discussion will focus on emotional support for veterans and their families, risk factors, and how to turn challenges into purpose.

Posted 11/18/21

Wreaths Across America Radio focuses on Veteran Healing through sharing

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Wreaths Across America Radio hosts the last of four roundtable discussions on Veteran Healing

This RoundTable discussion will focus on emotional support for veterans and their families, risk factors, and how to turn challenges into purpose.

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COLUMBIA FALLS, ME — Wreaths Across America Radio is proud to announce the   final episode in its 2021 roundtable series focused on Veteran Healing through sharing stories of resilience, purpose, and success. This discussion will air on Thursday, Dec. 23, at 7 p.m. EST, and can be heard exclusively on Wreaths Across America Radio.

The RoundTable will focus on emotional support following a death in the military for veterans and their families, risk factors for complicated grief, and how to turn challenges into purpose. Guest panelists – listed below – will be interviewed by Wreaths Across America’s Executive Director Karen Worcester and Director of Military & Veteran Outreach, former United States Army Captain Joe Regan.

Guest panelists include:

Dr. Chantal Dooley, TAPS
Dr. Chantel Dooley is the Director of Impact Assessment and Research for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). Recognized internationally for her work in evidence-based practices, Dr. Dooley’s experience as an innovator, creator, teacher, and survivor supports the TAPS mission to ensure all programs and services meet the needs of all those grieving the death of a military loved one. She came to TAPS as the surviving fiancé of Captain Alex Stanton, Special Agent, USAF.

Cindy Tatum, Gold Star Mother
Cindy became a Gold Star Mother on Dec. 24, 2007. She served on the National Executive Board of AGSM from 2013-2021, serving as the 2020-21 National President, and presently lives in Milan, TN with her family. Her son, a veteran of Iraq, Cpl. Daniel Lee Tatum, USMC, was killed in an automobile/train collision outside of Camp Pendleton in CA.

The goal of the Wreaths Across America Radio roundtable series on Veteran Healing is to help reduce barriers for veterans by:
• Supporting generational bonds between service veterans through stories of service and success;
• Destigmatizing issues faced by veterans and asking for help;
• Combating inaccurate perceptions of veterans by discussing the diverse experiences, challenges, and success of service members, veterans, and their families; and
• Connecting veterans with valuable resources.

You can listen to Wreaths Across America Radio’s 24/7 stream anywhere at www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/radio, and via the iHeart Radio app, or download it at the App Store or on Google.

This is the final broadcast in this 2021 series. Look for an announcement for upcoming broadcasts and dates in 2022. All panel discussions are held exclusively on Wreaths Across America Radio.

To learn more go to: https://wreathsacrossamerica.org/pages/19520/News/687/?relatedId=0

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