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BBC One: Doctor in the House

On Monday the 22nd May 2017, episode 2 of the new series of ‘Doctor in the House’ with Dr Rangan Chatterjee was aired. Our Clinical Director, Charlotte Copeland, was asked to provide support to Emma, who was one of the people in this episode. You can see Charlotte towards the end of the program providing some comments, with respect to the support we provided. We would like to thank Emma…

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3 Phases of Trauma Recovery

Anyone can be affected by traumatic circumstances when they occur. In fact statistically over 70% of us in the Western world will experience what it is like to be traumatised during our lifetime. The good thing, however, is that psychological trauma is something we can fully recover from with appropriate support. There are many different therapies that a person can choose from when looking for appropriate support; and research is…

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Talking Stress & Trauma on That’s Manchester TV with Alistair Clarke

Hear Charlotte Copeland talking stress and trauma on That’s Manchester TV: In March Charlotte was invited onto That’s Manchester to discuss stress and trauma with Alistair Clarke. With new research out all the time it is furthering our understanding of how stress and trauma affect us as people and also the different approaches to recovery available. Charlotte enjoyed discussing some of the more cutting edge approaches that are available as…

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Fully funded places on treatment programmes available for British Military Veterans with PTSD

Studies show that stress and trauma cause many physical changes throughout the body – not just mental. With this in mind, we believe that a combination of mental and physical therapies could be the best way to treat victims of traumatic stress. To test our hypothesis that combining physical and psychological therapy is the best way to combat traumatic stress, we are offering 6 British military veterans with post-traumatic stress…

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Help us treat psychological trauma in an innovative way that could help millions

 SafeHaven Trauma Centre – A Safe Place for Veterans to Fully Recover Help a small research centre treat psychological trauma in an innovative way that could help millions! Our Story As a specialist centre that focuses on the treatment and research of a wide range of trauma related conditions, our ultimate goal is to further the advancement of modern treatments for trauma and stress by extensively studying new applications in…

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