An amazing charity that provides therapy for the mental welfare of Forces’ Veterans, Reservists and their families suffering from trauma, with a near 8 out of 10 resolution and over 2,500 referrals to date. PTSDR has no salaried staff, offices or assets: donations are used to pay for treatment.
Donations open 12:00 PM, 3 December 2019 to 12:00 PM, 10 December 2019
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1133188)
..my therapist helped me to focus on the existing skills that I already had. By concentrating on these, alongside her help and advice, I've been able to get my life back on track and I'm in a much better place, overall. I've already recommended PTSD Resolution to other veteran friends in the prison.
Without doubt the most significant result was an overwhelming feeling of positivity. It was as if a blanket had been lifted off me and it was okay to live life and enjoy it, to love the ones around me and not feel guilty all the time.
Thank you, PTSD Resolution, for the wonderful service that you offer. Lives will be saved, families will be saved, and amazing things will happen! I have also recommended PTSD Resolution to other veterans.
The service from PTSD Resolution could not be improved. In fact, it needs to be out there and more widely known among the public. I feel better now than I ever remember feeling, so thank you!
Trauma suffered by UK Armed Forces' Veterans, Reservists and their families. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a major problem for many veterans. It can result in family breakdown and job loss, with a huge personal toll and great cost to society. There a number of suicides each year attributed to this caused.
The charity gives free therapy to Veterans and families. It is confidential, no GP referral needed. Local help through a UK network of therapists. It is fast, issues usually resolved in 5 sessions, for nearly 8 out of 10 people. First session booked often in days. Results monitored and reported. Compassionate: you don't have to talk about the events. Highly cost-effective, £550 per program, all funded from public donations.
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