OUR FIRST RESPONDER PTSD SERVICES
Many First Responders think that talking to a mental health professional is a sign of weakness. The statistics show that First Responders are prone to hide issues. Even if services are available, the stigma of showing weakness causes reduced participation.
Our approach is different. No one is broken. No one needs to be fixed. To increase participation, our focus is to provide tools to help First Responders do their job better.
Provide PTSD and burnout tools to more people efficiently.
Communicate how management cares about employees' health and well being.
Demonstrate what is available in workshops and individual counseling.
OUR SOLUTIONS TO LESS BURNOUT
Our emphasis is on providing tools for First Responders to communicate clearer, document better, improve quality, and make better decisions.
More Ways to Serve
Assess and Measure
Use our surveys to measure the PTSD and burnout rate (and any issues with individuals) at your organization.
Provide programs that efficiently address PTSD and burnout. No one is broken. We're helping them do their job better!
Measure the results post-program to adjust your offerings to best meet the needs of your greatest assets.
Less Burnout and PTSD means...
Healthier First Responders
Higher quality care, more accurate communication, better teamwork
Better outcomes for clients and patients
Our emphasis is to provide First Responders with:
- Mindfulness to maintain composure and clarity on the front lines.
- Resilience to release past experiences to be fully prepared for the next event.
First Responders can be liberated from their past, creating a lasting, positive change.
EQ is a scientifically proven methodology to uncover issues and to provide a roadmap of how to address the needs of each individual. EQ pinpoints opportunities to improve their well being, speaking, teamwork, leadership, and stress management skills. Clients are guided to work on topics they are comfortable with discussing.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is one of the most respected forms of therapy currently in practice. CBT provides tools to help people learn how to observe and respond professionally to external stimuli (mindfulness). Emotional events can be dealt with and released (resilience). First Responders can be liberated from their past, creating a lasting, positive change.
No matter how strong the person, the truth is that First Responders are immersed in negative emotion and conflicting feelings every day. Tools such as meditation and grounding can be used to protect themselves from the difficult situations they face everyday. Letting it go is healthier than burying it.