A Colorado therapist returns to Ukraine to counsel residents coping with the trauma of war
A veteran-turned-counselor is in western Ukraine to help people cope with the psychological effects of war. Josh Kreimeyer, an associate professor of counseling at Colorado Christian University, has been to Ukraine twenty times over the years – both before and during the war. He’s trained counselors there and helped create a Masters program in counseling in Kyiv. Kreimeyer has also worked with the United Nations on trauma-informed care for migrants.