YOU HAVE SEEN THE DARK, NOW IT IS TIME TO SEE THE
WARRIOR SPIRIT THERAPIES
Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."
To end veteran suicide and address mental health in our communities.
To serve, support, and heal our veterans and community struggling with mental health through wilderness therapy, community involvement, scripture, and Jesus Christ.
Warrior Spirit Therapies sets a new mark at addressing and healing our veteran’s and community. W.S.T. creates a unique environment where veterans and the community come together. Where veterans and the community can receive multiple healing therapies with an introduction to scripture, the healing powers through Jesus Christ and their own faith. W.S.T. empowers the individual to work through trauma, feel empowered, and build healthier relationships in a safe place. W.S.T. works with the individual and families providing an unparalleled holistic experience while adhering to the highest standards of safety and individual attention. W.S.T. believes that when individuals are healthier, the community they are a part of is healthier.
(Warrior Spirit Therapies, Inc. is a veteran-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN# 92-2272266) and registered with the State of New Hampshire. All donations to W.S.T. are 100% tax-deductible).
Dusty is a US Army Infantry veteran, founder of Warrior Spirit Therapies, and follower of Jesus Christ. He believes in the power of healing through scripture and Jesus Christ. He emphasizes faith and the importance of believing. W.S.T. follows the Eight Pillars of Wellness: physical, nutritional, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, financial, and environmental. He has experience working with veterans, adults, incarcerated individuals, adolescents, at-risk youth, and children in a variety of environments. Dusty has extraordinary life experience as a civilian and military member. He has experience as a State of Vermont Suicide Prevention Trainer, Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder, Mountaineer, and Life Coach. He has served four years in the Vermont Army National Guard Infantry and has deployed to the middle east. He has worked for the VT and NH Department of Corrections as well as a Program Manager for at-risk youth residential facilities. He brings these life experiences and his own trauma in a unique approach that blends wilderness therapy and healing through scripture. With the use of the mountains, land, water, and Jesus you can create healing on a whole new level. This unique approach helps with PTSD, anxiety, stress, addiction, trauma, relationships, self-identity, confidence, and promotes healthy coping strategies.