The psychological trauma of the Tunisian terror attack
It is 10 years to the date that the UK experienced its first alleged terrorist attack by Al Quaeda. We are still coming to terms with recent news from 26th June 2015, when terrorist gunman Seifiddine Reggui attacked the beach resort of Sousse in Tunisia.
‘Once a Soldier always a Soldier’ – (What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger…)
The idea that adverse events can lead to Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and that PTS can then be used to ‘drive’ positive changes was initially researched in the late 1980’s but tended to be overlooked – as post-traumatic stress was attracting all the interest.