Mason Heibel

MSOL, EOD CPT US Army, (fmr), Veteran Programs and Communications Coordinator



Mason Heibel is a medically separated, post-9/11 U.S. Army EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) combat Veteran, who served in Afghanistan. Mason is an advocate and spokesman for Veterans mental health and after service care and utilizes this passion in his current career.

Mason started his military service with the Alabama National Guard as an 11C (Indirect fire Infantryman) and transitioned to EOD after commissioning. Mason was deployed to Afghanistan in 2013 and served in support of CJOSTF-NE operations and later served as a liaison to 10th Special Forces Group.

Since medical separation in 2017 Mason has involved himself with a multitude of organizations and causes to continue serving his brothers and sisters in arms, as well as his Veteran and local community. He has spoken on international and local panels addressing topics like mental health, Art Therapy, PTSD and his experience at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health. Mason is published as a co-author in a medical journal for his experience with Art Therapy. He now works with the Marcus Institute for Brain Health as the Veteran Programs and Communications Coordinator, a medical institute focused on serving Military Veterans, First Responders and retired elite athletes with primarily mild to moderate brain injuries, post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety.

He has a Bachelor’s Degree in both Geography and Recreational Leadership from Jacksonville State University, and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Colorado.

Art Therapy Journal


Mason Heibel

Marcus Institute for Brain Health

CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center

12348 East Montview Boulevard

Aurora, CO 80045

Fax: 303.724.3590


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