The Charles and Margery Barancik Foundation Supports Operation Warrior Resolution

The Giving Coast

As we honor all the fallen service members, including those lost to mental health challenges such as suicide, local veteran’s nonprofit Operation Warrior Resolution has recently expanded its capacity to provide innovative solutions to heal trauma and PTSD. The organization has added more practitioners to its team and brought specialized training to the Sarasota-Manatee area to meet the growing need for mental health support.

OWR, an organization that provides holistic treatments for veterans and their families, received funding to train its practitioners in brain-based healing and optimization through The Cortina Method, created by Michael Cortina, OWR’s new Chief Clinical Officer. The revolutionary method for trauma and PTSD survivors uses modalities like Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), Neuro-Linguistic Programming, memory reconsolidation, and life transformation programs that provide essential healing solutions in the short and long term.

"When someone is struggling with processing their past trauma, often the last thing they want to do is relive those stressful experiences,” says Zach Garretson, a local Air Force veteran. “Operation Warrior Resolution’s approach has set me free from those traumatic memories without years of talk therapy, where I felt like I was talking in circles. This new resolution was quick and painless.”

Thanks to a $150,000 grant from Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation earlier this year, OWR began the year-long process of training their current and new practitioners to serve the growing number of veterans and their family members in need of trauma resolution services. The first ten trainees have started their journey, with ten more participants beginning theirs in October. Funding has also increased the organization’s ability to quickly and effectively respond to any veteran in need of trauma resolution support to transform them into a life of health and wholeness.

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