Sedoria Outlaw is currently serving as the Medical Operation and Training Officer in Charge in Missouri.

She currently managers Operations and Training for 5 medical units serving over 300 troops. Prior to this military duty,

She served as the Director of Employment, Training and Education with The Center for Veterans Issues. Sedoria supervised 5 programs for unemployment veterans with barriers to employment. Sedoria works with homeless veterans to help them secure housing and employment.

Sedoria works with incarcerated and newly released veterans to help reduce recidivism by assisting them with necessary services to re-enter their communities to include employment, housing, physical and mental health services.

Mrs. Outlaw is currently a member Veteran’s Treatment Court initiative and she helped implement the first Veterans Treatment Court in Milwaukee County.

Mrs. Outlaw has been a member of the United States Army Reserve for the past 27 years. Her rank is Major and she is assigned to a Field Hospital as a Medical Operations and Training Officer in Charge. She has traveled to varies parts of the world working with US Military and Non-US Military troops during medical and humanitarian missions.
She earned a BA in Clinical Psychology from Alverno College in 1998, and earned her MA in Clinical Psychology from Cardinal Stritch University in 2006. Mrs. Outlaw has worked with veterans in a pre and post deployment setting, active duty and reserve status.

Mrs. Outlaw clinical practices includes work with HIV positive clients, female/male offenders; veteran offenders; children and youth ages 3-18; Dual- Diagnosed clients (AODA/Mental Health).

She has worked with clients in social services programs, group homes, residential treatment, and mental health facility state and correctional.

She has worked with persons living with symptoms of PTSD, TBI, Mood disorders, Somatoform disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders, Personality Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Sleep Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, and Impulse Control Disorders.

Her experience and approach to therapy will aid in helping you meet you conference or program goals, if the goal is to train/instruct the participants on understanding trauma, therapeutic interventions for trauma, and providing resources/ screening tools for working with clients that have been exposed to traumatic experiences for both civilian and military clients.

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