“TRIUMPH OVER TRAUMA” PROGRAM
Next Program - "The Outlook", Boonah, Monday 1st March to Friday 12th March 2021
|Made possible by:|
This is an 11 day live-in, rehabilitation type Program, delivered in a rural environment, made up of evidence-based and evidence-informed sessions and activities, specifically for military and first responder personnel, past and present, who are suffering and struggling with PTSD and related mental health issues.
For GPs, Psychologists or other medical professionals seeking more information on the "Triumph over Trauma" & "Refresh" programs, please use this link.
Post Traumatic Growth is a key factor in this Program as is the measuring of outcomes and ongoing support.
This Program includes approximately 100 sessions, which represent a combination of educational and activity based therapy.
In addition to the evidence-based clinical therapeutic sessions facilitated by mental health practitioners, the following is a snapshot of some of the other evidence informed sessions which are beneficial to the vast majority of Participants.
Participants need medical clearance from their GP or mental health specialist, and need to meet Intake Assessment criteria.
A maximum of 10 participants take part in each of these Programs.
Own room accommodation normally applies.
Participants’ Partners/Support Persons attend part of the Program, and are involved with their Participant in Sessions of Empathy, Understanding and Relationships.
There is a 3 day "Refresh" Program conducted 3 months after the main "Triumph over Trauma" Program for the same Participants.
This Program is at no direct cost to Participants as a result of generous sponsorships, philanthropic grants and the Foundation's fundraising activities.
To view a draft of the next Program's Sessions’ Schedule, please click here.
Enquiries are most welcome from both medical practitioners and potential participants by clicking here.
To read about the enormously positive Participant Feedback from the first two "Triumph over Trauma" Programs, click here.
Our goal is to substantially assist with providing a dramatically enhanced quality of life to military and first responder personnel, past and present, who come to us with PTSD and other related mental health issues.