Free yourself from Trauma and PTSD

Most of us have experienced some form of trauma event in our lifetime. You might have witnessed a shocking event, suffered a series of losses or have been traumatised in childhood. Trauma has no boundaries. Irrespective of age, gender, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation, anyone can suffer trauma.

Everyone responds to trauma differently. Some people can bounce back from a traumatic event with relative ease and no after-effects. For others, its life changing. Trauma can impact your sense of self and self-worth, how you function (including your ability to hold a job and socialise) and your relationships. Your world view can also potentially shift.

Trauma can lead to a mental health diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). With the right support, trauma and PTSD can be overcome.

Some people find it difficult to talk about trauma. They may be embarrassed, fear being judged or excluded or are still living in a trauma provoking situation.

There is nothing abnormal, unusual, or rare about having PTSD and working with mental health professionals toward recovery. It is estimated at 1 in 10 Australians experience PTSD. That’s roughly 2.7 million fellow Australians with similar issues as you. To put this into perspective, around 2.8 million Australians have asthma.

Link now to this excellent Roadmap to Trauma and PTSD, commissioned by the Mental Health Coalition helps, people to understand trauma and PTSD, how to cope and how you can access help.

Free yourself from trauma and PTSD. Soar high into a bright future. Download the Roadmap to Trauma and PTSD now.


The Mental Health Coalition, Roadmap to Trauma and PTSD (Accessed 10 July 2024)

SANE “We’re people like you”, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (Accessed 10 July 2024).

Donate to SANE now at Donations to SANE, We’re people like you

Australian Government, Institute of Health and Welfare. Stress and Trauma. (Accessed 10 July 2024)

Australian Bureau of Statistics. National Study of Mental Health and Wellbeing. (Accessed 10 July 2024)



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