PTSD Parent educates, supports, and inspires all people living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in their homes and families.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is most often associated with men and those who have served in the military. At PTSD Parent, we know that this condition is widespread and affects men, women, and children in all walks of life.
Regardless of how you deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in everyday life, PTSD Parent can help in three ways:
Educate – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a misunderstood condition, if there is any awareness of it at all. We want to expand the awareness and understanding of PTSD as it pertains not only to veterans, but to civilian men and women who have experienced trauma.
Support – Parenting is tough, regardless of your mental condition. We provide support for parents with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and parents who have children with PTSD, along with spouses and family members of those with this condition. We welcome all parents to the table.
Inspire – The day-to-day grind of parenting can be equal parts joyful, exhausting, fun, and discouraging. At PTSD Parent, you can find inspiration, perspective, and wisdom to help lift your spirits and encourage you to be your best.
At PTSD Parent, you can find helpful resources if you are a parent with PTSD, if you have a child with PTSD, and if you are a friend or family member of a loved one with this diagnosis. Here are helpful links so that you can:
- Find out more about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Sign up for email updates to keep up with the latest information
- Listen and subscribe to the PTSD Parent Podcast (coming soon!)
- Book Kelly Wilson to speak about PTSD to your organization
- Get answers to your questions with our FAQ page