Gwilym Roddick, LCSW, provides services to 9/11 Veterans through Headstrong

Gwilym Roddick, LCSW, provides services to 9/11 Veterans through Headstrong

The Ross Center’s New York psychotherapist, Gwilym Roddick, LCSW, recently attended Headstrong‘s 6th Annual New York City Gala.  Gwilym has been providing psychotherapy services to Post 9/11 Veterans for the Headstrong Project in New York since 2017.  Headstrong was founded in 2012 through a partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine to offer free and confidential treatment for post-9/11 military veterans.  The organization now serves Veterans in several cities across the US.  Practitioners like Gwilym provide evidence-based psychotherapy, with no cap on sessions.  While working with HeadstrongGwilym has not only provided services to individual clients, but he also created a weekly Men’s Veteran’s Addictions Group, a unique service based on the overwhelming need he observed for specific care.  Gwilym considers his opportunity to work with Headstrong and it’s clients as a sincere privilege.  To find out more about the Headstrong Project and its services, please connect to the following link:  http://getheadstrong.org/