Conference - 2019

Conference 2019



The PTSD RESOLUTION CONFERENCE will take place on the 18th MAY 2019 in London

Celebrating 10 years of outstanding service delivery to Veterans, Reservists and Families. 
Theme: “ ‘Complex’ Recovery” - there’s more to therapy than talking


The PTSD Resolution biennial conference is an educational and networking resource primarily for Human Givens therapists.  It is an opportunity to find out the latest developments in therapy and support for veterans, reservists and their families.

Therapists from other disciplines and sectors; those working with other forces’ charities and support organisations; and people interested in perhaps volunteering to work in the sector, are welcome to make a reservation, dependant on numbers.

The theme of our conference this year highlights some of the complexities in delivering therapy.   

What are the factors in ‘complex’ PTSD? 
What are the pros and cons of medication? 
How does nutrition compare with medication, and what are the recommendations of use?


You will hear from four Veterans who have recovered; four Human Givens therapists who will recount lessons learned.

You will also hear the latest strategic position of PTSD Resolution and the latest report on evidence of results.

It is also of course an excellent opportunity to network and catch up with friends and colleagues.

Please note the date.  Bookings open shortly.

SOME FEEDBACK COMMENTS from earlier Conferences

• Thoroughly enjoyed the day – extremely useful hearing personal perspectives.
• Really good to hear more about families.
• Great conference, really useful. Loved hearing from people treated and families- very powerful and we don't often hear the after-story.
• Very interesting day, great to hear from PTSDR clients, good to connect with other attendees. All good speakers.
• Good range of speakers. Excellent to hear from clients in the room.
• Really enjoyed the day overall, good speakers and great to have update on Pragmatic Tracker.
• Good to hear from veterans who have accessed the charity.
• Really interesting, helpful and encouraging. Thank you.