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Workout for Awareness

Completing a gruelling 48-hour workout, veteran and first responder Jerry Lienert pushed his limits to raise awareness and funds to support those suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress. read more

Giving back to his fellow Veterans

Since he was a teenager, Richard Frampton has worked tirelessly to support his fellow Australians and he’s not ready to slow down. “I joined the Royal Australian Navy as a junior recruit in 1968, and for nine years was part of a number of deployments including several to South-East Asia. I thoroughly enjoyed my time and while it set me in good stead for the future it wasn’t until I discharged that my remarkable life began,” Richard said. read more

Effective Research towards Individualising Trauma Therapy

Professor Reg Nixon is determined to find better health outcomes for our Nation's heroes. The recipient of the 2018 Prabha Seshadri Grant, Prof Nixon from Flinders University’s College of Education, Psychology and Social Work is currently undertaking research to improve the effectiveness of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for Post-Traumatic Stress. read more