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

Gwilym Roddick, LCSW, provides services to 9/11 Veterans through Headstrong
Image of Gwilym Roddick at an event.

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/