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  • There is no judging, no criticism, no diagnosis, no analysis and no treatment.
  • Great care is taken to provide an emotionally and physically safe space, e.g. there is no forced sharing and each night a vet is on “night watch” for those who might be struggling.
  • Over the four days there are large and small group experiences of ritual, verbal presentations and discussion.
  • There is time for quiet reflection in nature.


  • Warriors feel heard and accepted.
  • Civilians take rightful responsibility for the work of the military.
  • Warriors feel they belong back home.
  • Active Duty Soldiers feel supported.
  • Civilians recognize vets as Elder Warriors who bring hard earned wisdom back to society.