William James College presents a virtual screening of Visions of Warriors and Q&A on November 10, 12-1pm (EST). The Q&A will feature the film’s director, student veterans, and veteran panelists.
Watch the film any time between November 2 - 15, then join the panel discussion on November 10.
Visions of Warriors is a feature length documentary by Humanist Films that tells the story of four veterans, from the Vietnam era to the Iraq War, their struggle to regain mental wellbeing and battle PTSD, and the healing they found through photography while participating in the groundbreaking Veteran Photo Recovery Project at the VA Menlo Park.
The screening and discussion are free and open to the public, but registration is required.
William James College is home to two innovative Military Psychology training programs. The Military and Veteran Psychology (MVP) emphasis is a coordinated array of efforts designed to train culturally-competent mental health professionals – veterans and civilians alike – to provide services to military service members, veterans, and their families. The program also provides a supportive community on campus for student veterans, family, and friends of military personnel, and for those interested in working with veterans and military families. MVP’s signature program Train Vets to Treat Vets® (TVTV) is specifically for veterans and provides a unique training opportunity designed to prepare them to work with fellow veterans.