Without Limits Australia

Paul Ward taking ex-servicemen and women on a transformative adventure through the outback

In 2018. WPS Director Paul Ward was appointed Location Psychologist by the BBC (UK broadcaster) working on a major documentary in the Kimberley, taking ex-servicemen and women on a transformative adventure through the outback. Paul was selected due to his expertise with PTSD, and experience providing therapy to military personnel. The role included being with the cast and crew constantly for 3 weeks, in harsh and remote locations. Paul managed the emotions of the cast, successfully keeping them all in a state where they could complete filming.

Cast and crew providing therapy to military personnel in the outback

Meeting the cast of the show was a real privilege.  You would struggle to find a more inspiring group of people.  Without Limits was broadcast on the ABC in Australia, with Part One on Thursday October 18  and Part Two a week later.  The worldwide broadcast coincided with the Invictus Games, and the cast met HRH Prince Harry, the patron of the games.  You can see more about one participant, Shaun, at:


Paul Ward and crew based around Western Australia's iconic Gibb River Road

The setting for filming was based around Western Australia’s iconic Gibb River Road.  Nature provided the most beautiful and challenging workplace Paul has ever encountered.  See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZP-PHI0w5CQ for the TV show trailer.  Part Two trailer is at https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=Without%20Limits%3A%20Australia&epa=SEARCH_BOX

Paul Ward discovering the most beautiful nature at night

The camera captured this experience about mental well-being

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