Creating Healing Spaces for Service Members and Veterans with Dr. Joseph Bobrow
In this episode of On Human Flourishing, Joseph Bobrow, Roshi, Ph.D. talks to host, Wayne B. Jonas, MD to discuss creating healing spaces for service members and veterans.
A clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst Joseph was Chief of Psychology and Director of Training of the Department of Psychiatry at Kaiser Hospital and Medical Center in South San Francisco. He is also a Zen Master and served on the Board of Directors of the Interfaith Center at the Presidio of San Francisco, located at the Main Post Chapel. Joseph teaches and writes on the interplay of Western psychology, Buddhism, and the beloved community in transforming human suffering, including war-related trauma. Dr. Bobrow’s latest book “Waking Up From War,” is the story behind his non-profit organization, the Coming Home Project.
The research was featured by the DCoE in its review of reintegration programs and was the only program with a research evidence base.
Bio Credit: Coming Home Project
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