First Responders throughout Australia provide the critical care necessary to keep our communities safe. This care doesn’t come without cost. As the first on the scene of an emergency, you’re often exposed to high levels of trauma and stress. For some, this can lead to anxiety, depression, and the development of PTSD.
We provide instrumental therapeutic treatments for the acute and chronic needs of mental health challenges in First Responders. Through the careful development of individualised treatment plans, our clinical practitioners offer comprehensive support to keep you safe amid extreme psychological and physical demands. This care extends into all areas of transitional needs, whether you’re returning to work after treatment or stepping into a new season of life.
As PTSD can often develop after someone witnesses or experiences a traumatic event, First Responders are at higher risk of PTSD due to the nature of their work. Stigmas within the industry can also keep First Responders from seeking help to treat mental health conditions, including PTSD.
We bring dedicated, intuitive treatment to PTSD in First Responders. With a rich body of experience across our clinical practitioners, we’re able to utilise a wide range of therapeutic modalities to treat your individual needs. Our firm commitment to removing shame can empower First Responders as you build the education and strategies you need to rehabilitate from PTSD and its associated symptoms.