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Trauma Informed Leaders and the Behavioral Health Golden Hour

By protecting Soldiers both physically and mentally, we create an environment free of fear and intimidation from bodily and emotional harm. Preparing them to face stressful and emotionally draining situations eases the impact of trauma and gives them the skills to confront their issues.

Supporting our Soldiers, whether they are going to behavioral health, the chaplain, pursuing an education or chasing their passions or goals, creates a workplace where innovation is welcome, and they feel valued. Self-care is a key here. If we display basic compassion and empathy toward one another, we strengthen bonds and foster trust through every echelon.

  • Author(s):
  • Sgt. Michael L. Sobey
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Trauma Informed Leaders and the Behavioral Health Golden Hour
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Publisher:NCO Journal
Published:October 31, 2023
License:Public Domain

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