veteran and military Therapy

Therapy On The Front Lines

Timeless Therapy, founded by a Veteran, is devoted to delivering exceptional care to those who have served and the families who support them. Our commitment starts with therapy led by someone who shares your experiences, understands the lingo, terms, acronyms, and the unique environment and stressors that come with military life.

Empathetic Support for Veterans and Military Families: Your Journey Understood

At Timeless Therapy, we have a special bond with those who have served and the families who stand by them. Tim Jackson, our founder, a Veteran themselves, is dedicated to providing top-quality care to fellow service members. Led by someone who speaks your language and comprehends the challenges you face, our therapy offers empathetic support tailored to your unique military journey.
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Tym entered into the Army Reserve in 1995 as a 71L (now 42A), Administrative Specialist. He was initially serving with the 457th Chemical at Donaldson Center. In 1997 he was able to reclass as a 56M, Chaplain Assistant and transferred to the 108th DIV out of Spartanburg, SC. 
 
In 2005 he mobilized under Operation Enduring Freedom to the Conus Replacement Center (CRC) in Fort Benning, GA. Tym served there until 2009 when a back injury sent me to the Warrior Transition Battalion and he was medically discharge in April of 2009 as an E-6 Staff Sergeant. 
 
While serving at Fort Benning, Tym was able to  provide counseling for thousands of individuals from all branches of service, government agencies, and civilian contractors. The CRC had a transitional population of 500+ individuals shipping out and 250+ coming back every week. He had to interact with each and every person before their next transition. He also had a cadre of 150 that I provided ongoing care for during their times at the unit. He provided ongoing mental health/pastoral care counseling, family and marital counseling, a well as career and transition assistance. These 4 years are the backbone of his experience as a therapist as well as the nexus for him returning to school to become licensed within the civilian world. 
Our clinic provides a specialized and supportive space for military veterans to address a range of challenges, including PTSD, transition issues, and the impact of military service. Our therapist's personal experience enhances the therapeutic process, creating a shared understanding and trust.
Our therapy is designed to address a variety of issues commonly faced by military veterans, including PTSD, combat trauma, transition difficulties, and challenges related to reintegration into civilian life. Our therapist's unique perspective as a fellow veteran contributes to a comprehensive and personalized therapeutic approach.
While our therapy is well-suited for addressing PTSD, it is not limited to this condition. The program is designed to support veterans facing a range of mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, transition stress, and other issues that may arise during or after military service.
Our therapist's personal experience as an Army Veteran adds a layer of understanding and camaraderie to the therapeutic relationship. They can relate to the unique challenges of military service, creating a safe and non-judgmental space for veterans to share their experiences, process trauma, and work towards healing and growth.
Your comfort and pace are of utmost importance. Tym, as a fellow veteran, understands the sensitivity of military experiences. The therapy process is collaborative, allowing you to share as much or as little as you feel comfortable with. The goal is to provide support and address your needs while respecting your boundaries.
Your comfort and pace are of utmost importance. Tym, as a fellow veteran, understands the sensitivity of military experiences. The therapy process is collaborative, allowing you to share as much or as little as you feel comfortable with. The goal is to provide support and address your needs while respecting your boundaries.
If you are a military veteran seeking therapy with someone who understands the complexities of military service, Veteran Therapy may be a good fit. Whether you're dealing with PTSD, transition challenges, or other mental health concerns, our therapist is here to provide understanding, support, and a personalized approach to your unique needs.