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Yotam Dagan, a former Navy SEAL commander, certified clinical psychologist with expertise in Combat stress reaction (PTSD) and hostage negotiator, joins Carol Roth to talk about his journey from combat to helping others- and himself- to process and deal with stress. In this rich conversation, Yotam and Carol discuss everything from surviving the realities of participating in war to coping mechanisms anyone can use to deal with everyday anxiety and stress from major trauma. Plus, Yotam reveals his connection to the hit show “Fauda” and a surprising take on it.
Plus, a “Now You Know” on the originals of the word “mentor”.
Yotam has been for many years, on the constant move between leading soldiers on the battlefield to building their fighting capacity, developing their leadership skills and caring for their wellbeing. Upon completion of his military tenure, Yotam co-founded programs helping army veterans reintegrate and take leading positions in the Israeli public service and civil society. Yotam holds a BA in psychology, history and philosophy and a MA in clinical psychology from the university of Haifa, Israel and a Master’s degree in public administration at the John F. Kennedy School of government at Harvard University.
Check out Yotam’s new book, A Time to Kill, a Time to Heal – An Israeli Navy SEAL’s Journey and also learn more about his startup, Dugri, Inc. here.
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