Post Traumatic Growth

October 29, 2020

Episode 142

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Listen with us as Jenny Lynne Stroup shares her family’s experience with mental health and military life. She discusses the importance of changing the narrative when it comes to discussing mental health and how she calls her experience Post Traumatic Growth.

"Sometimes it just takes one friend holding your hand to take the first step to help"

Jenny Lynne is the Outreach Coordinator for the Cohen Clinic at VVSD. She comes to this role as a seasoned military spouse who has spent her time at each duty station fostering community. She is also a freelance writer who uses stories to bridge the gap between the civilian and military communities. She is passionate about being a bridge-builder and sees her role as a military spouse as an opportunity to reach both communities.

This podcast has been made possible thanks to the generous support provided by the Military Spouses' Association 29 Palms.


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Facebook: @jennylynnestroup

Twitter: @Jenny_Lynne_S


SD Cohen Clinic

Facebook: @cohenclinicvvsd

Twitter: @cohenclinicVVSD
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Cohen Veterans Network:

Facebook: @cohenveteransnetwork

Twitter: @CohenVeterans



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