Many of our soldiers are sent into very difficult situations and have to witness, and engage in, some very disturbing events.
These ‘warriors’ can sometimes find it very difficult to switch off when they return to ‘Civvy Street’, especially having been trained to exist in a war zone.
Many servicemen, and women, find it impossible to discuss their feelings with their partners or family, and find it equally difficult to access Mental Health services.
The army does have a trauma risk management or TRIM process, which soldiers can access, but they are expected to disclose personal feelings, and some may feel that they should be able to cope and feel guilty because they are struggling.
Some servicemen, and women, feel that they may be discriminated against if they access treatment.
Many say that they just feel numb.
Others have stated that the treatments on offer are ineffective. See Emotional trauma.
Many soldiers are concerned about the stigma which can exist if they are seen to access what would be deemed as mental health services.
I can help to assist servicemen, and women, to move forward from these disturbing memories or blocked emotions.
Even if you’d rather not disclose any details of the incidents in question, or you feel so traumatised that you don’t even want to think about it, or it may have happened during a covert military operation.
That’s perfectly OK, as I can still help you to be free of the discomfort, even without knowing any of the details.
My treatment is very gentle, fast and hugely effective.
That is why I can guarantee my results!
It can restore your confidence, or even help you to feel confident possibly for the first time ever!
It does not involve you having to be re-traumatised all over again!