“Illuminating…the timing of the world broadcast premiere couldn’t be more auspicious.”Bill Brownstein
“A timely new documentary…should be required viewing in every household.”Liz Braun
“you’ll be exposed to 45 minutes of cutting edge medical and scientific research into PTSD”Robert Stephen
“informative and humanizing”Patrick Mullen
TV-Length Documentary | COMPLETED
From Hollywood blockbusters to front-page news, the tormented veteran unable to transition from warzone to home-front is everywhere.
This focus on the military’s struggle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) obscures a simple truth: PTSD hits more civilians than soldiers, and more women than men. And it manifests with a dizzying range of symptoms, from flashbacks and nightmares to aggression and depression.
Scientists are developing increasingly clear pictures of the brain activity that results in PTSD.
But as they search for a sure-fire treatment, they’re still trying to understand a confounding question: When so many people experience the trauma of sudden loss, near-death, or violence, why are some more vulnerable to PTSD than others?
PTSD: Beyond Trauma’ New doc from White Pine Pictures
POV Magazine, January 19, 2017
New documentary offers hope to all types of PTSD sufferers
Localxpress, January 18, 2017
New documentary on PTSD goes beyond the trauma
The Lookout, January 17, 2017
Charles Adler Tonight – PTSD: Beyond Trauma – Patrick Reed
Charles Adler Tonight, January 16, 2017
PTSD: Beyond Trauma this Thursday on CBC
Northern Stars, January 16, 2017
Documentary puts spotlight on PTSD
Toronto Sun, January 15, 2017
Illuminating Canadian documentary puts spotlight on PTSD
Montreal Gazette, January 13, 2017
PTSD Beyond Trauma – Not Just a Soldier’s Story
The Windsor Square, January 12, 2017
My Father was in a horrific accident and suffered from PTSD
CBC.ca, January 12, 2017
PTSD: Beyond Trauma (film on CBC)
The Bulletin, January 3, 2017
CBC to air Patrick Reed’s “Beyond Trauma”
Reelscreen, December 20, 2017
Director Patrick Reed Producers Patrick Reed & Andréa Schmidt Executive Producer Peter Raymont
Produced in Association with CBC – The Nature of Things, The Rogers Documentary Fund