In Their Honor
A Veteran's military experience can influence how they approach the end of life. Let us honor them and create a sacred space where we offer compassionate care that truly makes a difference for Veterans and their families.
Welcome to In Their Honor
Qwynn Galloway-Salazar, Ph.D., has been recognized as a catalyst sparking conversations in the areas of behavioral health, suicide prevention, and end-of-life care. She is an Army Veteran and spouse to a retired combat Veteran. Qwynn brings a combination of 20 years of military and professional experience, providing her with the knowledge and abilities to support and consult on the needs of the military/Veteran population.
She recently served as the Co-Director for SAMHSA’s Service Members, Veterans, and their Families Technical Assistance Center. In that role, she supported the development of strategic and implementation suicide prevention plans for 35 states and 18 communities. In addition, her background serving the military/Veteran population also included working in federal and state agencies, the military, and academia.
Qwynn is an INELDA-trained End of Life Doula focused on supporting the unique needs of the military and Veteran community. Qwynn currently volunteers with hospice, serving Veterans and their Caregivers. Qwynn also partners with professional organizations and consults on topics related to the needs of Veterans and their families facing the end of life.
Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors for the American Association of Suicidology and the Advisory Board of the Veterans Studies Association. These roles allow her the opportunity to pour into students and scholars all around the world, studying topics dear to her heart! Qwynn has a doctoral degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology with a specialization in Forensic Consulting. Her research interests include death, dying, and end-of-life care of Veterans from the lens of the compassionate cities approach. In addition, she holds a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
In Their Honor works with End of Life professionals and organizations to develop and implement training and technical assistance programming aimed at improving services provided to Veterans and their families. In Their Honor was created to help meet the growing demand for Veteran-centric care.
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