Mr. Kreimeyer attended and graduated from Mankato State University (Yes, the “big town” from the show Little House on the Prairie) with a BS in Recreation. From there he enlisted in the US Army as a Cryptologic Linguist. He and his family served in California, Texas, and Germany with side excursions for him to Kosovo (1999) and Iraq (2003). After injuries prevented re-enlistment opportunities, he transitioned to civilian life and utilized VA’s VOCREHAB program to retrain into the field of Counseling. He also obtained a post graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy so now practices as both LPC, LMFT, and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. He has worked in community based outpatient clinics, private practice (exclusively with TRICARE), a residential drug and alcohol program within a penitentiary in the US Bureau of Prisons, and for the last 6 years as a Readjustment Counselor and Family Therapist within the VA Vet Center in Colorado Springs, CO. 

In addition to clinical work, Mr. Kreimeyer has taught for the last 7 years as Affiliate Faculty for Regis University in their post graduate certificate program in Counseling Military Families. In January of 2017 he left the Vet Center and was hired as a Full Time Instructor and Coordinator of the Counseling Military Families Certificate at Regis.  Mr. Kreimeyer is in his final year of a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision through Regent University. He is passionate about helping our nation’s military families deal with transitions from war and from military to civilian life as well as mitigating the impact of trauma. Through his studies at Regent University Mr. Kreimeyer has participated in groundbreaking efforts to bring the field of trauma informed counseling to mental health providers in the war-torn country of Ukraine. He presently serves as an advisor to the Presidential Administration there and is helping to build their first ever National Center for PTSD. 

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