PSYCHOLOGY UNIT

We advise you in the psychological preparation for a foreign assignment and also look after you and incident or on your return.

WODAN INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT

We support you in every area and prepare you psychologically, that you have a clear head for your tasks

PTSD coping with trauma in a healing environment

 

For many people, a foreign assignment, special operations or traumatic patrol assignments as well as experiences in a crisis area mean stressful experiences that exceed their ability to process and thus lead to trauma. Fear for one's own life, serious injuries, the loss of a comrade, person or colleague, the prevailing poverty of the local population or an attack on civilians - if the fear, terror and helplessness of these extreme situations cannot be overcome, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can develop in people be the result.
If what happened is still having an effect on your everyday life, we are at your side with the WODAN INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT. With us you are in the best hands to return to your new life strengthened thanks to the holistic treatment.

The most common psychosomatic illnesses for soldiers, police officers or employees are anxiety disorders and depression. Psychosomatic illnesses for soldiers can only become noticeable after the deployment in the form of nightmares or panic attacks. But even with advanced symptoms, outpatient or inpatient treatment in an acute clinic for psychosomatics can help.

 

Treatment priorities for soldiers, police officers or employees


During their deployment abroad or in there units and working environment, soldiers, police officers are confronted with traumatizing experiences every day. The death of a comrade, endangering one's own life, the killing of civilians, the poverty of the local population or the risk of attacks are just some of the causes that can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder or other psychosomatic illnesses. The symptoms of a mental disorder in soldiers can take different forms.

Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

The following signs can occur in trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder:

SYMPTOMS

  • unwanted reliving of the stressful events (in nightmares and flashbacks)
  • sleep disorders
  • restlessness
  • irritation and anger
  • dejection
  • feeling of emotional numbness
  • social withdrawal and apathy
  • Avoiding situations that could evoke memories of the traumatic experience

Head of Psychological Unit

I founded the unit to help the units, members of PSD Teams and employees in crisis areas to deal with the severe psychological stress and to recognize the signs of PTSD at an early stage. We also look after many people who work abroad with their families, we have developed an extra concept that takes into account the psychological stress on children and family members.

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