Veterans Talking to Veterans

Facilitators and The Training Program

Who Should be a Facilitator?

Veterans who want to work with other veterans

Those interested in:

  • Implementing  a trauma informed approach to coaching in the community, workplace, health care, and personal settings
  • Using post-traumatic growth coaching
  • Applying for one or both certifications from the two top certifying organizations considered to be the gold standard in coaching


  • Implement the coaching structure in group and individual settings
  • Cultivate trust and safety in the community and group environments
  • Develop active listening skills
  • Identify subconscious stories interfering with forward progress
  • Challenge assumptions and perspectives without provoking resistance
  • Reframe faulty assumptions and negative self-stories
  • Evoke creativity and problem solving

Program Details

  • Overview
  • Self-paced training: 35 hours
  • Live training: 75 hours

Choice 1: Online Extended Training

  • Duration: 12 weeks
  • Meetings: 2-3 per week
  • Meeting length: 2 hours
  • Self-pace training: approximately 3 hours per week


Choice 2: Intensive Training (in person or online)

  • Meetings: 5 days
  • Meeting length: 6 hours
  • Self-paced pre-training: 10 hours
  • Mentor Coaching: 12 hours online
  • Self-paced post training: 23 hours

The Training Program

 Mentor Agility’s Trauma Informed Coaching Certification is the exclusive coaching certification underlying Veterans Talking to Veterans program.  Sponsored by the Wyoming Veterans Commission, Mentor Agility trains veterans in the trauma informed art of storytelling and coaching. This approach is an out-of-the-box approach that is evidence-based and proven to improve the participants performance, goal achievement, and the quality of their lives.

Storytelling is the backbone of the program with methods like Hero’s Journey®️ Change Model and other inspiring approaches that evoke the imagination of the mind and body. Through the coaching process clients transform destructive and harmful emotions into constructive and powerful sources of creativity. Veterans Talking to Veterans is truly a unique program designed specifically with Veterans in mind to help them achieve their goals in life with the support of those who have walked the same path that they have.

Veterans have a higher occurrences of both chronic disease and mental illness. Veterans Talking to Veterans coaches are trained to recognize red flags and warning signs related to physical health and mental illness so they can make referrals to medical, mental health, and even financial professionals.

The Veterans Talking to Veterans program welcomes collaboration.  In addition to the Wyoming Veterans Commission, Wyoming Catholic Charities in Cheyenne is hosting Veterans Talking to Veterans on Thursday nights at 6 pm. They open their doors to all military, Veterans, and their families of all faiths and beliefs. 


Mentor Agility in Brief

At Mentor Agility storytelling is our defining approach. We believe transformational change depends on the coach’s ability to partner with clients through story to define, re-story and advance their personal and professional lives.
Our mission is to train trauma informed coaches in the art of storytelling. We believe trauma informed coaches provide a network to improving the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health and well-being that unite the domains of community, workplace, and home.
Mentor Agility is an approved education and training provider for the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaches (NBHWC).

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