PROJECT CORREGIDOR

For thousands of years, civilizations have supported their warriors with time-honored wisdom, traditions, and ceremonies to help them reintegrate into society after they have returned from war. Modern society has lost touch with the importance of transitioning the warrior from the battlefield so that they can return home and move toward living a happy and meaningful life.

 

The Project Corregidor Programs

Project Corregidor is not a counseling service, but offers holistic therapy, grief education & peer mentoring designed to support and to aid in the healing process from the life tragedies one has had to endure while serving to keep us safe, secure and free.

In these programs, we will begin by assisting the American hero to understand their own unique personality traits and how these influence their everyday life without even being aware of them. Providing guidance, tools, and techniques, allowing our heroes to leave behind the battlefield and adapt to a life without feeling the need to still be on duty. We will be dispelling the myths of grief and to move through grief on a new battlefield addressing the war within. We will educate on how to make sense of the tragedies faced and how to create satisfying relationships outside of the brother- sisterhood. When this retreat has concluded the American Hero will be filled with optimism for a rich and fulfilling life while at the same time, being able to tend to their wounded soul.

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FOREVER A WARRIOR

This 3 day/3 night program will support our American Heroes by assisting them to draw upon their own strengths and to develop healthy coping mechanisms. To have a better understanding of themselves and how to build better relationships moving forward. The program, as well as all food and lodging, is at NO COST to those who have honorably served our county keeping us safe, secure, and free. 

Soul Tending for Warriors

This is a 4 course workshop that is free to all veterans. It will be held via zoom in 2022 on the 3rd Wednesday each month in July, August, September and October from 6pm to 7:30pm

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