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Hello! I hope you enjoyed the workshop. You can download the short checklist here. There are more free resources on the main website in the Information Resources tab on the main menu. If you would like further advice and guidance on developing your strategy or any aspect of...

Here are some of the helpful and practical things that carers have told us they find helpful: Get organised Planning is key to reducing the number of decisions you have to make. Try to do this in as many areas of your life as possible to minimise...

“A carer is anyone, including children and adults who look after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid”...

At KRTS International, we’re passionate about reaching as many people as possible with effective trauma solutions. One of the ways we do this is through collaboration with specialist employee assistance programmes such as Health Assured who deliver our digital PTSD programme KRTS Power to Recover®. This week’s...

Trauma is a global issue. We only need to listen to the news to see distressing and shocking images of natural and man-made disasters, war-torn regions and displaced people, quite apart from the traumatic events that impact less widely but more frequently.  At KRTS International, we’ve...

Children do not always have the words or ability to convey how they are feeling or reacting to a traumatic event. They may “regress” to behave more like a younger child with bedwetting, nightmares and fears of the dark or of being left alone.  Adolescent children...

A major incident is a large-scale Psychological Critical Incident (PCI)* with the capacity to directly affect the psychological wellbeing of large numbers of people. For workplace trauma, as well as providing substantial exposure to traumatic material, major incidents usually require longer, more demanding shifts and therefore...