Warrior Spirit Therapies FoundationHealing veterans through wilderness therapy and scripture
802-461-3215 Zipcode: 03780 @warriorstherapies https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090500107041 warriors_therapies www.warriorstherapies.org
WST is a veteran-run, NH based and state registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (pending, EIN #92-2272266). Our mission is to help serve, support and heal our veterans and community struggling with mental illness through wilderness therapy community involvement, scripture and Jesus Christ. We operate solely on donations and all donations will be tax-deductible and proceeds will go directly to our veteran programs. Please visit our website at http://www.warriorstherapies.org for more info and to donate.
Dusty is a US Army Infantry veteran, founder of Warrior Spirit Therapies, and follower of Jesus Christ. He believes in the power of healing through scripture and Jesus Christ. He emphasizes faith and the importance of believing. W.S.T. follows the Eight Pillars of Wellness: physical, nutritional, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, financial, and environmental. He has experience working with veterans, adults, incarcerated individuals, adolescents, at-risk youth, and children in a variety of environments. Dusty has extraordinary life experience as a civilian and military member. He has experience as a State of Vermont Suicide Prevention Trainer, Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder, Mountaineer, and Life Coach. He has served four years in the Vermont Army National Guard Infantry and has deployed to the middle east. He has worked for the VT and NH Department of Corrections as well as a Program Manager for at-risk youth residential facilities. He brings these life experiences and his own trauma in a unique approach that blends wilderness therapy and healing through scripture. With the use of the mountains, land, water, and Jesus you can create healing on a whole new level. This unique approach helps with PTSD, anxiety, stress, addiction, trauma, relationships, self-identity, confidence, and promotes healthy coping strategies