Surviving Terrorism and the Health Care System with Travis Frain
Travis shares his compelling story of surviving the Westminster Bridge Terror attack in 2017. Unfortunately the next part of his journey is not uncommon for survivors, how to access services and support and navigate the mental health care system. Travis shares his incredible insights into the need for recognition, validation and how commemoration services help survivors heal.
Travis D. Frain is a Masters Student at Lancaster University in the UK. He was seriously injured in the Westminster Bridge terror attack in March 2017, and has since spent the past two years campaigning for improved support for British victims of terrorism affected at home and abroad
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