“Good Soldiers Suffer in Silence” Wine and Words Networking Event
Good Soldiers Suffer in Silence
As a former Suicide Prevention Program Manager for 13,000 Soldiers in 26 states, Richard understands how Soldiers and Veterans are trained to think. His insight from years of experience exploring Military life with Service Men and Women will have each person in the audience feeling like he is talking directly to them. He knows the road that Soldiers and Veterans travel. It is rare for a speaker to have that ability to connect in such a meaningful way—and it’s that connection that keeps his message alive long after the event is over.
Richard is down-to-earth and REAL!
Audiences believe in him and trust that he has their safety and healing in mind at all times. Richard knows that people want, expect and deserve their speaker to be a REAL person sharing REAL solutions that can help them achieve REAL relief.
Please join us for a great conversation even if you have not read this book- you may decide to read it next!!
Join us in the Flossmoor Station Private Pub Room where each guest is responsible for their food and beverage. Thursday is half price bottles of wine. $10 Guest Fee- please bring your business cards as this is a networking event!
Free for Professional Women’s Network Members
Dr. Richard Doss is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and works for the Veterans Administration Vet Center. He is also a former Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Program Manager for the United States Army Reserve, training commanders, soldiers, and their families on suicide prevention and assisting over 13,000 soldiers in 26 states and Puerto Rico. Certified in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Richard has trained hundreds of Soldiers and their families in the art of Suicide Awareness and Suicide Prevention.