Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a particular set of reactions that can develop in people who have been through a traumatic event which threatened their life or safety or that of others around them.
Release My Super specialises in helping access super for PTSD treatment, trauma & mental health treatments.
We have access to medical specialists in psychiatry and general practice and can process your application quickly. You will require medical reports from a General Practitioner and Psychiatrist.
Let us help you understand the nature of your application to pay for treatment from superannuation savings.
Release My Super can access medical specialists and assist in the process and guide you towards the release of super to access mental health treatment. To discuss your needs call us.
The ATO will release your superannuation on compassionate grounds if you meet the eligibility requirements of the compassionate ground you’re applying for and have not paid for the expense – they can only approve the compassionate release of superannuation to help you with unpaid expenses.
You will need to provide all required supporting evidence, including invoices or quotes for treatment.
If you cannot afford to pay the expenses without accessing your super and you are a citizen or permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand you should qualify.
If you have already paid the expense using a loan, a credit card or money borrowed from family or friends, you do not meet the eligibility requirements.
For more information head to the ATO Website.
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Suffering from PTSD you will often experience feelings of panic or extreme fear, similar to the fear that you felt during the traumatic event. A person with PTSD experiences four main types of difficulties.
Re-living the traumatic event– You relive the event through unwanted and recurring memories, often in the form of images and nightmares. There may be intense emotional or physical reactions, such as sweating, heart palpitations or panic.
Being overly alert or wound up– You may experience sleeping difficulties, irritability and lack of concentration, becoming easily startled and constantly on the lookout for signs of danger.
Avoiding reminders of the event– It is common to deliberately avoid activities, places, people, thoughts or feelings associated with the event because they bring back painful memories.
Feeling emotionally numb– A symptom of PTSD is losing interest in day-to-day activities, feeling cut off and detached from friends and family, or feeling emotionally flat and numb.
It’s not unusual for people with PTSD to experience other mental health problems at the same time. These may have developed directly in response to the traumatic event or have followed the PTSD.
To access super for PTSD treatments, contact Release My Super now.