Dr. Anthony Hassan on revolutionizing veteran behavioral health treatment, PTSD and why Americans won’t talk about mental health.

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Dr. Anthony Hassan is truly a luminary in the field of military behavioral health with more than 30 years experience in/out of uniform. He’s driven change in the military, at the University of Southern California, and now in his role as CEO of the Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) – a revolutionary effort led by philanthropist Steven Cohen to radically improve the state of mental health care available to veterans in America.

 

We have a rich conversation in which we cover:

• His military career and why he’s so passionate about military behavioral health

• The Cohen Veterans Network and why they’re different.

• Misconceptions about veterans and mental health

• PTSD and why it’s not only a veteran issue

 

 

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