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When David was still at school he enlisted in the Australian Army Reserve as an infantry soldier. He completed his intial training at Holsworthy Barracks and later at the Infantry Training Centre (Lone Pine Barracks).
This was over thirty (30) years ago. Yet the lessons learned remain with David to this day. A lot more than just spray-on starch and hospital corners. David credits his military training as being key to his own personal development. His personal values of Honesty, Integrity, Loyalty and Trust (HILT Principle) were developed within family and honed within the ADF environment.
Whilst the pressures of education and employment contributed to his decision to leave the Reserves, he has remained committed to supporting members of the ADF. David achieves this via his associations with
I had been deployed in East Timor and the "Sandpit". I left the ADF a while ago now and I just didn't seem to fit in any more. Things got pretty "iffy" for a while. A mate pointed me towards David Broadbent - said it had helped him. David saved my life! I still have PTSD and a few other things from my service. David's ability to understand what was happening and help me make sense of it was exceptional.
I have spent many years in the military life and for the most part its been a great career choice. After I came back from my last deployment though my partner seemed to think things were a bit off. Was talking with my daughter one evening and I just started crying - didn't know why. The MO referred me to David Broadbent. What a piece of luck that was. David has helped me unpack some "stuff" that had been sitting right near the surface. The "finger waving" therapy was amazing. Thanks David.
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