Over the last few months, the UK has experienced several very public disasters in London and Manchester.

3 of these have been terrorist attacks and the horrific ‘Grenfell’ tower block fire.

All of our emergency services have shown us worldwide how professional, dedicated, determined and fearless they are in the face of such danger.

Very often in the aftermath of such disasters the suffering of these helpers goes un-noticed, some will find it very difficult to reveal their emotions, mainly because they are trained and expected by others to be ‘copers’.

Most will not consider themselves to be victims of any serious incident they are tending, some may be at more risk than others of suffering trauma such as