Latest news - PTSD Resolution
How To Reduce Suicide Risk: One-Day on-line Workshop, 30th September 2021
Malcolm Hanson, a Trustee of the Forces’ Veterans’ charity PTSD Resolution, will present a one-day online course entitled ‘How to reduce suicide risk - the practical steps you need to know’, on Thursday 30th September.
Afghanistan Appeal for Veterans' Mental Health
The current events in Afghanistan inevitably cause different emotional reactions for former members of the armed forces, as well family members, some of which can be difficult to manage and resolve alone. The specialist Armed Forces Charity, PTSD Resolution, can help Veterans, Reservists and family members by providing free, rapid and effective therapeutic support.
UK Veterans Charity Initiative for Mental Health Therapy Support
Veterans’ mental health charity PTSD Resolution and peer-to-peer veterans network Phoenix Heroes have launched a service to support former forces personnel following the completion of mental health therapy.
Jonathan Thomson Rides Again For Veterans Mental Welfare
After conquering the North Coast 500 cycle run, around the most northerly coastline of Scotland, in October 2020, Jonathan Thomson has set himself a new challenge. In an adventure called Raid '21, it involves a gruelling ride from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, through the French Pyrenees.
Veterans’ Foundation Supports PTSD Resolution - Again
The Veterans Foundation has renewed its support with a second donation of £19,500 to PTSD Resolution in order to aid the charity's efforts to help military service personnel suffering from military trauma. To date, the therapy service has had nearly 3,000 referrals, all of which have been delivered free of charge, offered through a network of 200 therapists in the UK and delivered in person, online and by phone. .
Make a Difference - Donate!
Imagine being in the middle of the sea with a huge storm on the horizon. Waves begin to crash over you and you struggle to keep your head above water. Now imagine that storm going on for weeks - or even months. Years.
"It was like a light shone through the computer, lighting up my darkness."
This is how Stephen, a Forces' Veteran, felt before approaching PTSD Resolution. "I was utterly exhausted and in despair," he says, looking back on a year of lockdown. "I was unable to hide my depression and dark, destructive thoughts any longer." Today, Simon is back on firm ground - and it's all thanks to your support.
This Saturday 3rd July Martin Carver is taking on the ‘Wolf Run’ - a hardcore 10km wild running challenge - to raise much needed funds for PTSD Resolution.
Held in Warwickshire, the Wolf Run is designed to test mental strength as much as physical - something that resonated with Martin, an ex-Parachute Regiment Veteran. “PTSD is also a daily challenge for those who suffer,” he says.
Support Hamster- A short film about post-traumatic growth.
4AM Pictures - a young, Nottinghamshire-based production company - is preparing to film their latest project ‘Hamster’ in partnership with charity PTSD Resolution. It’s a story about trauma from writer/director Scott Driver and UK Veteran Johno Lee.
Sandbag Racing is a sporting event, maybe the hardest foot race in the world - all to raise awareness of Veterans’ mental health.
On Saturday 22nd May, the inaugural British Camp Sandbag Race will take place in Ledbury, Herefordshire. Partnering with military charities PTSD Resolution and All Call Signs, this event will help to ensure mental health services remain available to the Veteran community.
A short film about PTSD - "A discharged British army soldier returns to his hometown and attempts to realign himself in society".
If you are in a position where you feel you can contribute to this campaign, no matter how much you pledge, you become a part of our team. This is an ambitious project and we have some big plans and ideas we hope to pull off. With every donation we receive, it moves us closer to completing this film to the best of our ability
Take Part in the Captain Tom 100 Challenge
To celebrate Captain Tom Moore's amazing achievements and mark what would have been his 101st birthday, everyone's invited to take part in a fundraising challenge between Friday 30 April and Monday 3 May. You can choose any activity that involves the number 100 - from walking 100 metres to baking 100 cakes.
'Introduction to PTSD: Understanding and Recovery'
An online workshop with Ros Townsend
Tuesday 11th May 09:30 AM
£45 - Book your place online now.
or call: 0300 302 0551
Who will benefit from this course? - NHS Staff, Blue Light Service Personnel, Managers, Line Managers, Security and Counter Terror Operatives, HR and Learning and Development Staff, and all staff in all organisations.
For more information: email@example.com