Sarah Haberbosch, MSW, LCSW-C
Sarah graduated from University of Maryland, Baltimore with her MSW in May 2017 and obtained her LCSW-C in May 2020. Sarah currently works for the Department of Veteran Affairs as a mental health therapist and worked previously on the inpatient psychiatry unit. Sarah currently sits on the suicide postvention and critical incident stress management (CISM) teams at the VA. She has experience working for multiple mobile crisis teams where she has trained first responders on their own mental health, peer support and responding to those experiencing crisis. Sarah is a CEU instructor for NASW-MD and she specializes in working with military, veterans, first responders and their families. Sarah is the owner of Branch of Hope, LLC which provides mental health treatment for service members, veterans, first responders and their families as well as trainings to the community about these specialized populations.
Breakout #2: Public Safety Personnel Responding to Veterans in Crisis
Nearly 7% of the United States population are Veterans and only approximately 1% are Active Duty Military. These individuals have unique experiences and training which impact the way they view the world, particularly in a crisis situation. It is imperative that public safety personnel learn about the unique military culture and how it can influence […]