PTSD Resolution AppealPTSD Resolution has launched a new appeal for funding so that it can continue to provide support for UK Forces’ Veterans and their families.
“The charity provides therapy that is free, compassionate and effective. It's prompt, local, brief and private, with a 78 per cent success rate,” says campaign director Patrick Rea.
“PTSD Resolution has no salaried staff – all donations are used to pay for treatment and maintain the network of 200 Accredited Therapists nationwide. But as a charity we are now hard pressed to keep up with rising numbers of pleas for help. We’ve no Government support, and just a small team of volunteers.”
The Georges Leygues Challenge in support of PTSD Resolution
Wednesday, 11 May 2016
We are pleased to announce that the regatta will again support PTSD Resolution for the 2016 event.Read More
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