Military and Veterans

We are proud to serve currently enlisted, discharged, and retired military personnel.

Several of our clinicians have specific background, training and experience working with military and veteran patients. This includes persons struggling with PTSD, Military sexual trauma, and transitioning back into your home community.

      • Treatment modalities include:
      • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
      • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
      • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
      • Seeking Safety
      • Exposure Therapy
      • Cognitive Reprocessing Therapy

Please contact our client care advocate Ry for inquiries or to schedule an initial appointment at: (760) 635-3310 Ext 104

Military Personnel
Despite the great effort made to dispel the stigma surrounding mental health care in recent times, many service members hesitate or avoid seeking help altogether. Others may choose to look for help through civilian providers but become discouraged by the limited awareness of many therapists regarding the unique trials and issues faced by service members.

At the Halliday Center we urge you not to let these concerns stand in the way of your health and well being. We have therapists who are specifically trained and experienced in working with service members and will work with you to form a treatment plan to fit your individual personality, circumstances, and needs.

Combat-Related Trauma and Depression
Guilt, sadness, distress and intrusive memories are just some of the many signs you may be experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression. Fortunately, with persistence, hard work and a readiness to commit to positive change, these symptoms can be overcome. At the Halliday Center our therapists have experience helping Veterans overcome PTSD and combat-related trauma, depression, and co-occurring substance use, and will be with you every step of the way on your journey.

Adjusting to Life After Service
Feelings of loss, worthlessness, and lack of direction are very common amongst veterans after leaving the service. At the Halliday Center we strive to help those struggling with the transition to civilian life find the sense of purpose and meaning they had while serving.

All new patients must contact our Client Care Advocate, Ryonen “Ry”, to schedule an initial appointment 

Please call (760) 635-3310 Ext 104 or send an email to [email protected]

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