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Together We Ride 

An Adventure and Wellness Retreat for

Military Veterans

Escape to the rugged beauty of the Colorado Mountains and immerse yourself in a retreat designed exclusively for Military Veterans. Tucked away in the heart of the mountains, our serene location offers a sanctuary where you can recharge your spirit, and find peace of mind.

Dynamic Education - Guest Speakers
Proven Tools to Manage Experiences
Common to Serving High-Risk Operating Environments:
Loss, Grief, Life Threat, Traumatic Stress,
Ethical Conflicts, Moral Trauma,
Sense of Self & Identity,
and Strained Relationships and Communication. 


Only 10 spots available. Don't miss the opportunity to join this exclusive retreat. 
Retreat Highlights
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Adventure
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Comraderie 
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Wellness

"Great education information I've never heard before such as SUDs,

'moral conflict', and techniques to work through triggers."

- Veteran Participant, Mary Scott's Veterans' Retreat, March 2019

Your Retreat Awaits!

The cost for the Retreat is FREE. 
Register here

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Meet Your Retreat Host 

An experienced Mental Health professional for over 33 years, Mary

empowers teens, couples, Military Service Members, Veterans,

and First Responders to transform "the tough stuff": loss, grief,

strained relationships, personal identity, post-traumatic stress,

ethical conflicts, and moral trauma.

 

Her experience includes serving families in urban housing projects and hospital settings; Military, Veterans, First Responders and their families as former Co-Founder and Education Program Director for Health4Heroes; and Education Program Director and Counselor for National Veterans Wellness & Healing Center. 

 

Currently, Mary offers private mental health consultation from her office in Loveland, and diverse workshops and Fitness & Educational retreats.

 

Always up for adventure, she also

enjoys traveling, hiking her dog "Butters", and meeting new friends. 

"Anyone who works with Mary Scott can’t go wrong. I was depressed, angry, drinking a lot, overwhelmed with my emotions, and on the verge of losing my job. Mary used various things to help me overcome my depression and anger. She is incredible: kind, considerate, patient, and willing to help her clients face their personal demons. Mary may not tell you what you want to hear, but she will help you find the next step. If you’re hurting or just tired of this mad, crazy world, she can help you find the light at the end of the tunnel.”  

C.L

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