Whether you’re experiencing depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress injury, we have methods to help first responders overcome these challenges.
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 control and ability to be successful in their jobs.
Support from Family and Friends
Learning how to re-engage with their family and friends will take time and patience. They may have hurt a lot of people along the way by their mental illness and need to learn some coping skills on mending hurt relationships. Family members may have bitterness and resentment towards them due to their numbing out or pushing them away. This includes their significant other, children and extended family.
Loved ones can help first responders deal with PTSD and look after their emotional wellness by being proactive. They can initiate conversations about mental health to discourage stigma around the subject. Talk about the elephant in the room; they can all see it.
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!