PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) …
We hear the term often these days and may think of soldiers, police, ambos or others who regularly face unexpected, extremes of Life
And we know from their accounts, that PTSD can devastate health, relationships and the quality of lives
At Sanctuary, we think many Consumers and Carers may also be experiencing PTSD Symptoms, perhaps without knowing it
Learning more about PTSD and what positive actions we may take could protect us from developing even more severe symptoms
So, as part of our ongoing series of guest speakers from SA Health’s BPD Co, our next Sanctuary meeting featured
Clinical Senior Psychologist Kath Moores
sharing her expert insight into
The relationship between BPD and PTSD
Sanctuary meets on the second Tuesday of the month, from 5pm to 7pm, Adelaide time (Adelaide, South Australia)
Meetings are on-line while the COVID 19 restrictions are in place.
Please contact us here for instructions about how to join the meeting.
New members are welcome
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