Below are links to our educational programs:
Female Soldier Readiness
NAAV - "Managing Stress and Anxiety Through Guided Imagery Training"
In 2006 and 2007, the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV) sponsored, with the assistance of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center's Equal Employment Opportunity Office, Diversity/Outreach Program, "Managing Stress and Anxiety Through Guided Imagery" by Diane L. Tusek, R.N., Director and Founder of Guided Imagery, Inc. Ms. Tusek has been featured on CNN, NBC, ABC, and the Today Show for her Guided Imagery Program at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. This program also provided training for the medical team at the Armed Forces Retirement Home, Washington, D.C.
Guided Imagery is a relaxation technique used to ease stress and anxiety during a stressful or difficult time in someone's life. This technique is also used for those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury. Guided Imagery, a simple, yet powerful intervention, is increasingly being used to enhance the quality of one's life and to improve patient outcomes in health care settings. In addition, we recommend Guided Imagery for the caregiver for adults with chronic, disabling health conditions.
For more information about Guided Imagery or to order CDs, contact NAAV, Attention: Chief Executive Officer. P.O. Box 6865, Washington, DC 20020-0565, call (202) 465-3296, or email: email@example.com.
10 Career Advancing Tips for Veterans in 2011 from Combat Leader to Corporate Leader:
2011 will continue to be a challenging employment environment as organizations limit hiring and look for ways to generate more productivity from their existing employees. Veterans are in a unique situation to leverage their military skill sets to advance their civilian careers. Listed below are 10 career advancing tips that veterans can use to generate an even more successful post military career. Additionally, all of these career tips can be used by veterans looking for a career change.
10 Career Advancing Tips for Veterans in 2011:
1. Leverage Your Military Experience to Your Company and Job.
2. Websites to Stay Up to Date – Quick and Easy on Business News
3. Build a Network – Using Letters.
4. Teach a Class. Teaching in the military was something everyone did as a part of training no matter your service, rank, and specialty.
5. Further Your Education. Community colleges offer good overview business classes to improve your baseline knowledge in such vital areas as Accounting, Finance, Statistics, or Applied Mathematics.
6. Mentor an Individual or Group. Mentoring or coaching is a fantastic skill to help build talent, commitment, and initiative in an organization.
7. "A Desk Is a Dangerous Place From Which To View The World."
8. Start a Veteran's Network in Your Organization.
9. Ensure a Professional Appearance.
10. Attend a Professional Convention, Speech By An Expert, Or Talk At a Local University.Learn More Details: