Helping Veterans, TA and Reservists struggling to reintegrate into a normal work & family life because of military post traumatic stress suffered as a result of service in the armed forces
PTSD Resolution helps Veterans, TA and Reservists who are struggling to reintegrate into a normal work & family life because of military trauma suffered during service in the armed forces. Through a nationwide network of 200 accredited therapists, PTSD Resolution provides treatment to enable Veterans and Reservists to resolve the mental health problems associated with military trauma that obstruct a normal range of family and work relationships. The programme is complementary to the work of other services' charities, in that it resolves the mental health issues that are barriers to successful reintegration and settlement.
Mixed methodology study investigating the social constructs of PTSD being conducted in partnership with Sussex University and the Pragmatic research Network. Participants will be interviewewd by telephone and/or face-to-face prior to and after treatment in the usual manner. Quantitative data will be gathered throughout the process, from screening to follow-up, using Pragmatic Tracker.
Routine screening and measurement of progress and outcome during treatment of all participant clients, using validated psychometric instruments (CORE-10 and IES).
Our mission is to ensure effective therapy for military PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post Traumatic Symptoms, and Secondary Traumatic Stress) and to obtain better access and availability of treatment for all veterans of the UK armed services, TA, reservists and their dependents. The programme is complementary to the work of other services' charities, in that it resolves the mental health issues that are barriers to successful reintegration and settlement.
The PTSD Resolution programme involves a series of one-hour therapy sessions on a one-to-one, out-patient basis, to relieve veterans of disabling symptoms. Following a screening telephone call, veterans are allocated a treating practitioner from our national network who then makes contact to arrange appointments. Often, a single series of treatment appointments is usually all that’s required.