Military Sexual Trauma

The problem

Sexual harassment and sexual trauma are not two separate topics. They're a set of escalating behaviors on a single continuum. Current military training doesn’t provide the conceptual tools and specific skills required to effectively communicate incidents, and prevent occurrences.   

The solution

We offer a complete set of proven solutions for helping the U.S. armed forces reduce and eliminate military sexual harassment (MSH) and military sexual trauma (MST). 

MSH/MST PREVENTION MINI-BRIEFING:


CooperComm's analysis of current MSH/MST communication and training, and  the three must-do's to reduce military sexual harassment and military sexual trauma. 

Consulting Partner

Captain Bryan Cuny, USN, Retired

 

Bryan is a Marine and a Navy Top Gun FA-18 fighter pilot, and career officer of 25 years. He was deployed on 10 different aircraft carriers, and engaged in combat operations during Desert Storm, Bosnia-Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq II.


Bryan has held a variety of leadership positions through the transition from an all-male combat force to an integrated crew. This included assignments such as managing 750 men and women officers and enlisted personnel in the close confines of a warship at sea, and managing male and female military, government service, and contractor personnel as Director of Operations of Navy Region Southeast.


As an officer, Bryan has experienced the full range of sexual harassment and military sexual trauma training, and has been responsible for its implementation.  


He knows what doesn't work, and what does.