ABOUT THIS RESOURCE
Cultural competence is helpful when working with any community. We invite you to join our presenter, Ahmad Bennett, MA, LMFTA, MHP, a Navy Veteran and Marriage & Family Therapist in learning about the intersectionality, expectations, and experiences of the Veteran Community. Please join us in learning about this community and how we can show up.
We will address:
Transition expectations & challenges
Intersectionality of veterans
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Ahmad Bennet, MA, LMFTA, MHP
Ahmad Bennett is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and certified Mental Health Professional for Washington State. Ahmad completed his internship with Valley Cities Behavioral Health. After graduation he began working with Seattle Counseling Services until their closure, he then entered private practice and founded Crossroads Family Therapy PLLC. in 2022. He graduated from Antioch University Seattle with his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. He focuses on providing individual, couple, and family therapy for communities of color, first responders, and veterans. Ahmad is also an adjunct instructor at Antioch University Seattle and teaches a Sexuality & Healthy Relationships course. Ahmad is a medically retired Navy veteran and has worked in veteran-focused social services for over a decade, including working at Lake Washington Institute of Technology for five years as their Veteran Coordinator. Ahmad specialized in housing insecurity, employment services, and veteran transition services.