PTSD Support Group in Auckland

                       YOU ARE NOT ALONE.   Although peer support groups do not reduce your PTSD Symptoms & are not a substitute for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder treatment they often help people struggling with the disorder to feel better. Connecting with other people who have experienced a traumatic event can be beneficial during and/or after PTSD treatment.

                     YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

Although peer support groups do not reduce your PTSD Symptoms & are not a substitute for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder treatment they often help people struggling with the disorder to feel better. Connecting with other people who have experienced a traumatic event can be beneficial during and/or after PTSD treatment.

Join us for our monthly Auckland based Support Group Sessions with Catia Batalha starting in November 2017. These meetings will be held Wednesday nights on a 3 week cycle. Join us at the Highbury House from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Mokoia Room. Address: 110 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead, Auckland 0626

Catia embodies the spirit of empathy as a certified a Holistic Health Practitioner, Yoga Teacher and Reiki Master. She is also in her last term of training as a Psychotherapy Practitioner. Her current focus is on Psychoanalysis at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. 

As it happens, in her late 20's Catia's life struck her with a great personal tragedy, which caused all her well-formed belief systems to come crashing down, and to lose everything she held dearest. Catia was able to rebuild her life based on the foundations of peace, love, kindness, freedom, empathy, truthfulness, and a deep sense of connection with the Universe, other people, and herself as well. It was at that time that Yoga appeared in her life. She was immediately drawn to its ancient teachings, almost feeling as though she had heard them all before, and all that her teacher was doing was reminding her of knowledge that had been long forgotten.

This Auckland-based Support Group is being facilitated by a charity organisation and the founders are also on their own personal journey with PTSD. Therefore, we have begun the Support Groups here in Auckland with the intention of eventually making these services available throughout all of New Zealand.