ONE Freedom Inc
Rating: 5 stars 14 14 reviews
PO Box 7418 Boulder CO 80306 USA
MISSION: As a result of current world events, ONE Freedom focuses on returning veterans and their families. In the future, we will extend our services to other populations in order to tackle stress on a global scale. Stress affects everyone including children and their parents, businesspeople, first responders, victims of crimes and survivors of natural disasters. Each individual experiences stress differently. Yet, there is a universal skill set that an individual can learn which will change the way he/she responds. Providing knowledge and tools to combat stress is our specialty.VISION: Our vision is to free individuals from the debilitating affects of stress and trauma and to improve their quality of life. Through educational campaigns, direct training sessions, lectures, interactive media and more, ONE Freedom is a national resource for the understanding and transformation of stress and trauma enabling global healing.
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6 people found this review helpful
My experience with One Freedom has been 100% positive for the soliders who benefited as well as for me. As a former Navy SEAL officer, now coach / trainer, I had the opportunity to work with One Freedom at a Warrior Transition Unit. The instructors are top-notch, caring people who teach soldiers about a variety of methods to deal with stress in their lives. I always learn something new when I work with them.
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The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
professional, kind, caring, and knowledgable of the physiology / psychology of stress. Life stress as well as combat stress were combined into a informative training plan.
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we had more time with the soldiers, but the schedule of the WTU was tight and we had to be very flexible to fit this training into their schedule.
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