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(PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Walk For Awareness Brisbane, Queensland

When working as a security officer in Melbourne Graeme Jarry was  involved in an armed robbery.

He suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) for 10 years. Now he has created a walk for awareness of

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The walk will be held on Saturday, September 22nd 11am at

New Farm Park, to be followed by a social barbeque. Graeme created the awareness walk while

participating in a Landmark leadership program. Part of the coursework was to create a project to

benefit the community. Landmark is an international training and development company, best

known for its flagship course, The Landmark Forum  (http://www.landmarkworldwide.com)

 

(PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder effects many people in our community and doesn’t

discriminate. Many think it is restricted to the military, police and emergency services workers, but

this is not the  case. It can effect anyone after a traumatic event and sometimes doesn’t show up for

several years. “When I had the opportunity to create a project that could make a difference, this

seemed so natural for me”, Graeme said after surviving many suicide attempts, he believes he

survived for a reason. “I want to make a difference to others to show recovery and a good life is

possible.”

 

The Walk is open to anyone who has been impacted by (PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which

includes sufferers, family, friends and supporters. Listen to 2 keynote speakers that have overcome this

debilitating condition.

 

For  further information call Graeme on Mob 0438 947 930 or  http://www.facebook.com/ptsdbrisbane/

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NU Life is the creation of A Walk For Awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD in Brisbane in September 22nd  2018 at 11am


Graeme Jarry
M: 0438947930
W: www.facebook.com/ptsdbrisbane/

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