The tragic sudden death of Christian Smith is a reminder to all of us on how unsafe our roads are becoming. According to RoSPA every year in this country around 19,000 cyclists are killed or injured in reported road accidents, including around 3,000 who are killed or seriously injured.’ I find this an alarming figure.
As an ex-aid worker, I have read the article on Aid workers and post-traumatic stress disorder with interest. I agree that being an aid worker is a stressful job and I can identify with the burnout and traumas you can experience.
A recent article I read has reminded me of some work I did with the war children of Uganda and how the skills of art therapy I gained have enabled me to counsel client’s with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These kidnapped children