By Marla Friedman
Prolonged Exposure therapy can reverse the effects of post-traumatic stress by requiring patients to revisit the details of their trauma. Find out more about what it involves and how it can help officers and other first responders find relief.
By Dr. Michael Genovese
Have you heard of cognitive behavioral therapy? With the guidance of a mental health specialist, this structured form of therapy can be particularly beneficial for first responders dealing with the effects of trauma.
By Matthew Loux
With a combination of cross-training and fitness, CrossFit training is a challenging and rewarding way to stay in shape. Learn why it's a great option for police officers and other first responders.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
By adopting a few simple programs and practices, police departments can make a significant difference in their officers' ability to cope with stress and trauma. Here are five ways police departments and supervisors can do their part to support officers.
By Dr. Marla Friedman
Post-traumatic stress is better described as an injury than a disorder, and getting help is not as overwhelming as it might seem. With the right treatments and guidance from a trauma-informed mental health specialist, police officers suffering from post-traumatic stress injury (PTSI) can rebuild their lives.
By Jinnie Chua
The holidays can trigger anxiety and stress for many first responders, especially those struggling with mental health issues. If you find yourself in this situation, don't let the festive season stop you from reaching out for help.