We recognise the difficulties that veterans and their families endure navigating through the mental health challenges that can present themselves as a result of time in the military, or simply navigating the challenges that come along with transitioning from the military to civilian life.
So many veterans find it difficult to reach out because of the stigma attached to mental health problems and because of the myth that you are weak if you experience overwhelming emotions. Special forces men such as Colin McLachlan and Jason Fox have helpfully shattered that myth by describing their experiences with mental health difficulties.
Overwhelming emotions have led too often to suicide in veterans. Please reach out and get in touch with us if you are experiencing mental health difficulties as a result of your time in service. You can contact us through our home page by messaging, telephone or e-mail.
Fortitude Psychology can help you to identify ways in which you and your family can work with the symptoms that are impacting on all of you in a way that is more helpful using evidence based therapies for a wide range of mental health problems.
We can offer:
We also work closely with the Who Dares Cares charity.
Who Dares Cares are a not for profit charity who offer support to serving military personnel, veterans and blue light service personnel who experience PTSD and their families.