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08/24/2016 at 11:39am

TMF's New Pilot Program-One Seat Today To Further Tomorrow

One of the most rewarding things for us at The Tug McGraw Foundation is when we achieve our mission to improve quality of life for those affected by brain-related trauma and tumors.


Over the past ten years, I’ve had the honor and privilege to meet some of the brightest minds in brain science and always in awe of their passion and dedication to their field.  While attending a conference this past spring, I always like to scan the room to appreciate the amount of talent and committed people, who day after day tackle the many challenges in brain health care and research. As I took in my final glance, a flood of thoughts came racing through, “ which brilliant and talented minds will be sitting in those future seats?”


To further advance, innovations, treatments, cures, services, and quality of life in brain science and care, It’s imperative for us to keep those seats filled today and tomorrow.  Seats that are a conduit to inspire learning and provide further education for the current and the next generation of frontline health care providers, researchers and leaders. The Tug McGraw Foundation is proud to announce our pilot travel program with the Navy SEAL Foundation and American Airlines to fill seats today to further tomorrow.  Jennifer Brusstar, CEO





TMF’s One Seat Today To Further Tomorrow provides travel on American Airlines for healthcare providers and students to grab a seat at various conferences with leading experts addressing the most relevant, cutting edge, education and practices on brain-related trauma and tumors.  Our goal is to maximize collaboration opportunities and to further education for Healthcare Providers, students and individuals engaged in sustaining and advancing evidence based treatments for civilians, veterans, military personal, and their families that are affected by brain-related trauma and or tumors. 



Travel Seats Now Open to the Following:

Doctoral Psychology students enrolled in an APA (American Psychological Association) Accredited Program, LCSW, ACSW, Registered MFT Intern, Licensed MFT, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Licensed Psychiatrist (CE Credits Available)  Click here, to Apply for Travel


Take a Seat for the Following:



Navy SEAL Foundation Collective Impact Forum 2016



Event Date: November 1-2, 2016 Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego

Applications must be received by September 15, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. PST

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered


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