As we’ve discussed, the winter months can have a negative effect on one’s mental health—and that includes Veterans. This is a primary reason why VA works diligently to provide ways for patients to increase their happiness levels, so they can be healthier during this challenging time of year.

From light therapy and nutritional guidance, to the PTSD Coach app and more, Veterans have access to several high-quality, personalized treatment options at VA. And it’s all made possible by compassionate and determined mental health professionals who dedicate their talents and expertise to the advancement of Veteran care.

If you’re interested in doing the same, there are a number of open positions for you to consider, as our team is currently seeking the following:


VA also offers advanced fellowships in social work and psychiatric research and treatment. No matter which opportunity you pursue, you’ll have the chance to give back to patients who have given so much for our country.


To explore available roles in a different field, check out our other careers today.

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Published on Jan. 17, 2017

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  1. Karen Wall January 19, 2017 at 5:48 pm

    Where are the LMFTs???

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