Keeping a First Responder’s
Well-Being Our Priority
Whether you’re experiencing depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress injury, we have methods to help first responders overcome these challenges.
Mental Health Treatment
in Costa Mesa
First Responder’s include many jobs from law enforcement, corrections, fire fighters, dispatchers, EMT’s, border patrol, district attorney investigators and so on. Each job has its unique level of trauma and exposure with each position held. It is critical to understand the culture in order to serve their specific needs in their mental health.
Here at Command Post Wellness, we understand that the alliance between the clinician and first responder is critical in understanding that trust has to be built, there needs to be a sense of vulnerability, and they are in a safe and confidential setting.
Meals are prepared in our beautiful kitchen
Residents experience tranquil outdoor settings.
Sleeping quarters are comfortable and inviting.
Command Post Wellness has assembled a team that is not only culturally competent, but has the ability to assist our First Responders and public safety employees on a path to healing through our innovative therapeutic modalities, by providing a safe therapeutic environment for our hero’s to heal.
- Individual/ Group/ Family Therapy Residential TreatmentOutpatient Services
- EMDRTrauma Counseling
- Holistic Approaches
- Performance Psychology
What We Treat
Because First Responder’s and public safety employees work can involve challenging emergencies such as violence or natural disasters, they may witness trauma or experience secondary trauma from treating victims. There is no single coping tactic that will work for everyone. Understanding and learning new tools on how to deal with trauma and stressful situations will enable first responders to return to work with a renewed sense of contol and ability to be successful in their jobs.Conditions Treated
Trauma therapy treatment, is a type of therapy that can help an individual handle the emotional distress caused by a traumatic event.
Every year, anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults or 18.1% of the population in the United States. It is the most common form of mental health disorder.
Depression is a medical condition that affects many around the world. It can influence how you feel, act. The good news is that there are many ways to treat it.
Mental disorders such as bipolar disorder cause mood changes, energy changes, and difficulties concentrating and fulfilling obligations.
First responders are at great danger of being exposed to potentially traumatic situations putting them at risk for suicide ideation and attempts.
Our Modern-Day Heroes
First responders and public safety employees are our modern-day heroes, which can come at a significant psychological price. The first responder regularly experiences on-the-job trauma in which risking their lives daily is just part of the job.
We have a team which assists first responders on a path to healing through innovative therapeutic modalities. Command Post Wellness prioritizes the mental health of our first responders and public safety employees.
To learn more about if Command Post Wellness is right for you,
and what to expect, contact us Today!