• We are a group of people who are veterans or first responders or who have experienced first hand the affects of physical and mental health.

    Our aim is to help veterans and first responders transition from a physically and mentally demanding career into civilian life.

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) refers to a biological injury caused by being exposed to a traumatic event such as war, death, serious accidents, or a life-threatening event. PTSD can manifest after being involved or witnessing a single traumatic event or over time after multiple events.

    The occupations with the highest risk outcome for PTSD is Defence, Police, Fire, Ambulance as well as volunteer services such as CFA and SES.

    Having PTSD is not a sign of weakness but of strength. It means that in spite of everything you faced, you kept going even though you knew you would be facing further traumatic events throughout your chosen career.

    PTSD symptoms can take months or even years to emerge.

  • The Highest Risk Occupations For PTSD are Military, Police Officers, Firefighters, and Emergency Medical and Ambulance Personnel. PTSD can happen to anyone.

  • Having PTSD does not make you weak.

  • Symptoms aren’t always instant and can take years to develop.

  • There is hope and we’re here to help.

  • We do it via Life Coaching using Neuroscience techniques (Neuroplasticity).

    Our team of experienced Life Coaches help people reach their ultimate goals, even if they are not sure what these goals are yet.

  • Individuals

    Transition into Civilian Life

    A dynamic program to support a smooth transition into civilian life.

  • Small Groups

    Supporting each other – groups of maximum 6 people

    Fortnight meetings for 12 months to change your life and build new friendships.

  • Families

    Partners and Children

    Weekly program for 12 weeks to help families and children cope with someone transitioning into civilian life.

  • Partner Support

    Coming Soon