Archive for March, 2014

TRiM for veterans on the Road!

The T4V Stand at the following events: Why not came and visit our stand and find out about what we do, meet the people that are involved and show your support 22-24 May 2014 The Devon County Show, The Show ground, Crealy, Exeter 21-22 June 2014 Armed Forces Day & Weston Air Day, Weston Super-Mare The town of Weston Super-Mare will also be honouring 40 Commando RM’s with the Freedom of the town on the 21st. There will of course be a RM Band leading the parade 28 June ... Read more

Homeport Magazine Article

We are pleased to feature in the HomePort Magazine, Spring 2014 Edition The Naval Families Federation's Magazine for Royal Naval & Royal Marines Families keeps in touch with service families with breaking news and items of interest. We would like to thank them for their support to TRIM FOR VETERANS   You can find the article on Page 30 of the Home Port Magazine or click this link     Read more

Trim 4 Veterans officially launched at the Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth.

04 March 2014 Trim 4 Veterans officially launched at the Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth. The launch of the new pioneering practice is in support of veterans who’ve experience trauma as a result of military service. TRIM 4 VETERANS uses the principles of Trauma Risk Management, introduced over sixteen years ago as a form of specialist ‘in house’ support for Royal Marine veterans suffering with mental illness, often as a result of active service in areas of conflict. The launch was attended by members ... Read more

Congratulations to our latest Practitioners

We are please to welcome our latest batch or Practitioners, who recently trained at Amport House near Andover. The course, which is in 2 modules is completed over 2 weekends and consists of lectures, discussions, and           Relaxation techniques                 Role-Play Exercises               Read more

The Corps Conference (Feb 14)

TRiM for Veterans made a visit to CTCRM for the Corps Conference The project will soon be rolling out to all members of the serving Royal Marine Community. As service with the Royal Marines comes to the end, we will be ensuring that every leaver has information on how T4V can help. WO1 Miles Hall manned the stand for us and spoke with those attending the conference, which was received well by all those attending.   Read more