First Responders

Due to the volatile nature of their jobs, First Responders are frequently exposed, either directly or indirectly, to traumatic incidents, which weigh heavily on their mental health, physiological and physical well-being. First responders are exposed to traumatic events continuously. The continuous exposure to stress and traumatizing events can lead to lasting impacts on the first responder’s life and that of their families.

First Responders are at increased risk of mental health issues. Some common issues are anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), helplessness, as well as suicidal ideation and attempts [2] . It is estimated that between 125 and 300 law enforcement officers commit suicide every year [1]. We are here to help. Our clinicians are trained specifically, in working with First Responders, Military Veterans and their loved ones.

[1] Badge of Life. (2016). A study of police suicide 2008–2016. Retrieved from
[2]  SAMHSA. May 2018. Disaster Technical Assistance Center Supplemental
Research Bulletin First Responders: Behavioral Health Concerns, Emergency
Response, and Trauma.)

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We offer a wide range of treatments and classes for you or your loved one to make a positive change in life. Please call to start your journey to healing! We are also available to answer any questions or concerns you might have by phone, email, or sending a message.

One on One sessions can last about an hour.

Intensive Out Patient (IOP) classes range depending on your specific need and class being offered twice a day. Case manager services, available from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm by appointment.

Accepted Insurance plans include Commercial Aetna, BlueCross, BlueShield, United Healthcare, CHAMPVA, TRICARE, AHCCCS plans: AIHP, and UHC-CP, Banner Health plans.

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What is Life Therapy?
Who is it for?

This type of Therapy allows you to express your concerns, difficult emotions and needs in a structured, safe, and confidential environment. It is beneficial to you whether you have substance use problems, depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, self-esteem issues, or simply need guidance in your life. The treatment process allows you to vent your problems, reflect on your thoughts, learn life skills, and build psychological resilience. Life Therapy is helpful for those who wish to get through a difficult phase in life, but also for those who seek to really realize their full potential, personally and professionally in the world.

Like a therapist, a life coach is someone who can help you identify strengths and weaknesses and overcome obstacles holding you back. Coaching helps you set and achieve goals and therapy helps you recognize and solve your problems in life. A coach has the job to challenge you frequently vs a therapist is there to support you with empathy and understanding although they might gently challenge you.

A life coach can assist you with setting goals and creating an action plan to reach those goals. A therapist can help you achieve some of your goals too, but they can offer deeper self-exploration, plus cognitive tools for healing and managing mental health. Daramus A. (2021).

The price per session ranges depending on the treatment plan for individuals or groups. Our accepted insurances are,

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Shield
  • BlueCross and BlueShield
  • GEHA
  • Medicaid
  • Optum
  • UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH

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