Therapy for First Responders

As a member of law enforcement you have one of the hardest and most stressful professions in the world. Policing is a difficult job and you are asked to wear many hats while knowing that it can sometimes be thankless.

There are many feelings that can arise from doing something so important but also coming to terms of how does my job affect me and my loved ones.

SOME THINGS YOU MAY BE FEELING

Guilt because you feel that you put other peoples family before your own.

Stress from not getting the organizational support that you feel is needed.
Stress from dealing with your own issues in addition to the problems of the people you serve.

Isolation from feeling that no one understands what you do.

Instability because you have to juggle family, work and other responsibilities.

Anxiety because you constantly worry, are fatigued, have poor concentration or are easily overwhelmed.

These feelings do not make you different. They make you human.

As the wife of a retired Law Enforcement Officer, I have seen first hand the stresses of the job and how they can take a toll on you and your loved ones. I am committed to helping as many officers as I can in hopes of decreasing and one day eliminating the despair that has led some officers to end their own lives.

If you are looking to work with someone who is ready to listen to you without judgment. If you are ready to work with someone who feels strongly about the health of law enforcement officers, then please give us a call.



100 Broadhollow Road, Suite 108
Farmingdale, NY 11735

cceballos@livewellpsychotherapyli.com
(631) 769-7763

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