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No one heals exactly the same; having options is key.
Throughout the year, we offer online classes geared to flourishing during and after military service. These classes generally run from four to six weeks and meet once a week. They are on a rotating curriculum from peer work to counselor classes. Each is tailored to a specific audience and offer a hands-on approach to coping with the dynamics of military service, whether it be your loved one or you who served or are serving, and specific skills that will serve you well long after the class is over. All of our classes are run by experts. As always, we also offer continuing support through a caring and active community and ongoing online groups run by some of our instructors. Check back often for new class listings and how to enroll.
Maintaining a healthy relationship can be difficult for anyone, and can be especially challenging for military families. In Healthy Relationships, we will explore elements of a healthy relationship – including respect, connection, support, trust, and safe communication.
Courage Beyond specializes in online workshops facilitated by experts in fields of trauma. We are pleased to extend an invitation to these courses to any licensed mental health professionals wishing to learn how to better serve our military community. These classes are free for those who would like to join!
Contact hours available for mental health professionals upon request. Email Jennifer Carr for more information.
This course will assist mental health professionals with identifying, understanding, and appropriately responding to military service members, veterans, and their family members who have experienced sexual assault and domestic violence.
Courage Beyond provides a number of online groups focused on different paths of healing because we recognize that one size does not fit all. Our online groups are free and easy to access with your computer or phone. If you have any questions, please email Jennifer Carr and she will help you get access or connect you with our online moderators for more information.
7 Lives is a group for learning self-care. The group is moderated by a certified life coach, aromatherapist, and physical trainer who can answer your questions about common issues like combat trauma, depression and life after war. It focuses on increasing happiness in the lives of each member.
Trench Talk is a safe haven for conversation–both casual and deep–for the spouses and loved ones of service members.
This group is for anyone who has experienced a sexual assault, or who wonders if they may have been. We will discuss the reality of sexual assault, the trauma it causes, and the many ways it may be impacting your life today.
Trench Talk Parents is a place to ask other parents questions. After all, who better to help than someone who has been there, done that and can assist in traveling that path?