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TANYA TAKES ON KILIMANJARO TO RAISE £3,000 for PTSD Resolution
When Tanya Hodges was a young woman her father Raymond sadly passed away. He had served all over the world for over 20 years in the Royal Navy, and the stories he told her about his travels made a huge impression on her.
Tanya now works on a daily basis with ex-members of the armed forces, as part of her role as Security Trainer at Gatwick Airport, a job she enjoys immensely.
ASIS - Special Remembrance Fundraising Event
ASIS UK are hosting a charity fundraising remembrance event immediately after our winter seminar and AGM from 6pm on 13th November to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I.
Join us and our Charity Partner PTSD Resolution for drinks, canapés entertainment and a raffle at the Francis Crick Institute where we will be joined by a host of serving and former military veterans to mark this momentous occasion.
A Mile in my Boots
On the 3rd October a team from the 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, took off from Catterick, North Yorkshire and over 7 days made their way down through the UK to Warminster, Wiltshire, finishing at their camp Battlesbury Barracks in Warminster on World Mental Health Day.
Each day they will TAB (tactical advance to battle) between 30-40 miles carrying 15kg (33lbs). By the end of the week they will have travelled 435km (267 miles).
The Shell Shock Walk Sep 15th 2018
With our steadfast band of loyal supporters the walkers we set off from the Waterfront Pub in Wandsworth to raise funds for PTSD Resolution. We also met to remember the fallen and injured of the Great War - particularly those who suffered from Shell Shock, later known as military PTSD; some of whom unfortunately were either imprisoned or executed for alleged cowardice or desertion.
We would like to thank the manager and staff at the Waterfront Pub. They looked after us royally and we enjoyed coffee and snacks and some of us a beer or glass of wine.
PTSD Resolution Appoints Security Industry Ambassadors
Graham Bassett and Mike Hurst, security industy recruitment specialists, have been appointed as Ambassadors to represent the charity PTSD Resolution. Both are Vice Chairmen of ASIS in the UK – a leading organisation for security professionals that has 35,000 members worldwide
Tate Britain: Aftermath. Art in the wake of WW1
Marking 100 years since the end of the First World War, this exhibition explores the immediate impact of the conflict on British, German and French art. As the first exhibition to examine the culture of memorials alongside new developments in post-war art it looks at how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars left on Europe.
Art was used in many ways in the tumultuous period after the end of the war, from documenting its destructive impact, to the building of public memorials and as a social critique.
Recently, we shared with you the inspiring story of Sam Doyle who has raised over £7000 in aid of PTSD Resolution. To date, Sam has walked 3000 miles of Britain's coastline but has just hung up his walking boots as he prepares for a new chapter in his life: becoming a father. Here, Sam shares with us some of the highs and lows of his journey and his message to those suffering from PTSD:
I don't actually like walking but I knew I had to set out on this journey. I knew that the therapeutic aspect of walking would help me overcome my PTSD symptoms - and it did. Walking has really sorted my head out. It forced me to tell my story over and over as I moved from town to town, spreading the word about PTSD Resolution. Talking to people every day has really improved my self-confidence, too. The walk was like a complete restart for my life. It was just what I needed.Read More
Recently, we talked with Sam Booth, a veteran who was treated by PTSD Resolution earlier this year. Sam, who now works as a facilities manager, got in touch to share his incredible story of transformation with us and his motivation to fundraise in aid of PTSD Resolution:
I spent eight years working as a submariner in the Royal Navy. I loved my job - I was away for four or five months of the year and visited plenty of foreign ports. But after seven years' service, I decided to leave. My wife was expecting our second child and having missed so much of my first born's life, I wanted to be there.Read More
Veterans' mental health charity, PTSD Resolution, is calling for your support on Armed Forces Day on 30 June.
PTSD Resolution provides free, effective local and prompt treatment to Veterans, Reservists and their families who have experienced trauma. It delivers treatment through a nationwide network of over 200 qualified therapists. It receives no government funding and needs your help to continue delivering support for those who need it.
Armed Forces Day is a chance to show your support from currently serving troops, their families, veterans and cadets. There are many ways for people, communities and organisations across the country to show their support and get involved.Read More
ASIS UK has announced it is to partner with the charity PTSD Resolution to access the national network of therapists for the treatment of trauma for our members.
ASIS International is the largest organisation for security professionals, with more than 38,000 members worldwide including 750 in the UK.
Evidence: "A Service Evaluation of PTSD Resolution Client Outcome Data", Burdett & Greenberg 2016”.
27/09/2016: The King’s Centre for Military Mental Health Research has completed a service evaluation of PTSD Resolution client outcome data
Professor Neil Greenberg and Dr Howard Burdett compared treatment outcomes in 504 PTSD Resolution clients with data from the NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme.
First ‘Shell Shock Walk’ Raises New Funds for Veterans’ Welfare
Supporters of PTSD Resolution raised new funding of over £1500 on the first ‘Shell Shock Walk’ on Saturday 17th September. If you were unable to join the walk you can still donate here:-
Donate to the Shell Shock Walk HERE
22 PressUps: Get Fit, Have Fun, Help our Veterans
WHEN 43-year-old Craig Robinson's pals nominated him on Facebook to complete the 22 Press Ups challenge for charity PTSD Resolution, he decided to call in back up. He rounded up some rugby friends and organised a pub crawl with a difference, carrying out the challenge in 22 pubs from Bingley's Wetherspoons to the City Vaults and The City Gent.
PTSD Resolution Therapists now Accredited by UK's PSA
Today brings an exciting announcement for all of us at PTSD Resolution involved in and committed to the Human Givens approach to resolving military trauma: the register of the Human Givens Institute (HGI) has been accredited under the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for Health and Social Care in the UK, under its Accredited Registers Programme. www.ptsdresolution.org
Take steps for PTSD Resolution and challenge yourself, your friends, colleagues, families and children to take part in PTSD Resolution's Walk Round the World (WRTW) and raise funds for former Service men and women and their families who are struggling from the trauma of conflict and help them get back to a normal life.
Paris Aftermath: UK Industry must be ready to help Traumatised Staff
With 129 people so tragically killed on November 13th in Paris, there are many hundreds or more who witnessed the events, who will be deeply traumatised and returning to work at some stage.
Castle Combe Motor Event raises £3,000
A fund-raising track day at Castle Combe motor circuit near Chippenham on Wednesday 21st October 2015 raised £3,000 for PTSD Resolution
PTSD is a dark, devouring ravenous beast of shadow
PTSD Resolution receives many testimonials from veterans who have received therapy from our national network, such as this one:-Read More
Join the PTSD Resolution community
Can you run, skip or juggle? We are looking for friends and supports to help us raise funds, perhaps meet a personal challenge or fulfil a dream..Read More
Bonamy Waddell (nee Gauvain, and a daughter of PTSD Resolution Chairman) ran the 2015 Brighton Marathon last April for PTSD Resolution.Read More
Glenn Owen from Beccles on overcoming PTSD
"When you're a squaddie, whatever happens, you have a few beers and you push it all to the back of your mind. It's the squaddie way," Glenn Owen says. "But later it comes back.Read More