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PAX Insurance Providing Free Counselling Service For PTSD

Posted by Sam Baggott on
PAX Insurance Providing Free Counselling Service For PTSD

If you have ever held a PAX Insurance policy at any time and now suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) a free counselling service is available to you.

You are not required to have a referral or diagnosis to receive these six free face-to-face consultations in your local area.

With more than 57,000 plan holders, PAX is the contracted supplier of Personal Accident insurance to the HM Armed Forces, Reserves, and the ex-forces community.

PAX Insurance published the following:

“After leaving the Armed Forces, this service will be available to any service person that has been a PAX member at any time and is suffering the symptoms of PTSD.

You will have access to a unique counselling package upon leaving military service:

  • Assignment to a qualified Therapist arranged within 24-hours.
  • Up to six face-to-face consultations, with follow-ups at a six and twelve-month period.
  • Consultations available for affected *family members.

This counselling service will be available through PTSD Resolution, a charity (No. 1133188) experienced in providing counselling to British Armed Forces veterans and their families since 2009 to relieve mental health problems resulting from military service.”

Consultations are said to be ‘non-intrusive’ or any requirement for you to have to re-tell and re-live past traumatic events.

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PTSD Resolution Contact Details:

Online: www.ptsdresolution.org

Telephone: 0300 302 0551

*Family means the cover holder and the cover holder’s spouse or partner and dependent children even if the Family PAX plan had not been selected when purchasing the original policy.

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