Recently, one of the soldiers in my reserve unit decided it was time to hang up the uniform and transition to the civilian world. During an “exit counseling” meeting, I asked him about his thought process behind this decision and the reasons he joined a part-time reserve unit after active duty. He responded in a […]
About Marcus Farris
Marcus Farris, Post-Traumatic Growth Director, landed on the Mission 22 team in January 2020 after serving as an Engineer Officer in Alaska for four years.
In his time away from the office, he trains for ultra marathons and CrossFit competitions while working for the 320th PSYOPS Company out of Clackamas, Oregon, as a Reserve Officer.
Marcus spent eight years competing with and working for the US Military Endurance Sports team, a non-profit dedicated to helping service members achieve their fitness endeavors. He has his undergraduate degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and holds his Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is also a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach. He is an author and master health coach.