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Proven Leader to Guide New Cohen Clinic

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Sherr and CVN Ambassador Ryan Pitts at an event in Nashville last year.

Cohen Veterans Network and Centerstone have publicly unveiled the clinic director for the new Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. The choice is Liz Sherr, a known commodity from the high-performing Cohen Clinic in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Sherr, a retired Army combat veteran and current military spouse, spent the last two years serving veterans and military families at the Cohen Clinic in Clarksville. As a Licensed Professional Counselor her main areas of focus have been military sexual trauma, post-traumatic stress, combat trauma, and female veteran group therapy.

“I understand the challenges that service members, veterans, and military family members are faced with and that they don’t have to face these challenges alone,” said Sherr. “The Cohen Clinic at Centerstone will offer therapy, groups, and activities to treat all post-9/11 veterans and their families. Jacksonville has the highest population of female veterans in the United States, and they have unique needs, and in response, we tailor our care to meet those needs.”

The 15th location to open in the network, this clinic is expecting to start seeing clients in late March.

 

By Anthony Guido
CVN Vice President, Communications & PR