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I know how hard it is for many first responders to reach out for help. The work can be very challenging and may result in emotional disconnect to continue day to day functioning. For some of you, this is not without its cost in terms of chronic stress, PTSD, depression and substance abuse. I am here to help if you have these symptoms or merely require the listening ear and safe space of someone who “gets it” and will certainly do her best to offer the supportive and trusting care that you need.
How Therapy Can Help
Some End Goals
Each person is unique and may feel that he or she might benefit from individual, couples of group therapy for a variety of needs.
Therapy offers a safe and neutral place to find help overcoming trauma or stressful experiences.
At Urim Recovery, you can also get help building resilience to future experiences, develop coping skills, repair or restore broken parts of your life or relationships.
Our work together will help you live in the present and not in your past. In our sessions I will help you understand how trauma impacts the brain and results in the discomfort many experience long after a distressing event: the flashbacks, startle response, sleep disturnbances.
Signs You Should Seek Help
- Startle Response
- Change in Personality (Irritability, Short Fuse)
- Sleep Disturbances (Too Little/Too Much)
- Survivor’s Guilt
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Feeling numb and disconnected from others
- Feeling Overwhelmed
- Using drugs or alcohol to feel better
We're in This Together!
Helping the Helpers
For April 2020, we are offering individual and/or group therapy pro-bono via telehealth to first responders including firefighters, police officers, paramedics, despatchers and other emergency personnel who are on the front lines dealing with or impacted by Covid-19.
Please check our schedule for availability or call. Use the free consultation to discuss whether our services are a good fit for you.