Trauma Therapy for First Responders in Maine

Our Trauma Therapy for First Responders in Maine helps you process and work through stress and trauma reactions in a safe, compassionate space. So you can build healthy coping strategies, heal, and enjoy life again. 

Our Trauma Therapy for First Responders in Maine helps you process and work through stress and trauma reactions in a safe, compassionate space. So you can build healthy coping strategies, heal, and enjoy life again. 

“I didn’t realize I had a problem.”

You see and experience things that most people never will, making you at greater risk for stress and trauma. Additionally, stress and trauma can impact people in different ways. 

Some notice the change in their emotions, thoughts, or behaviors. For others, the stress and trauma build gradually, resulting in them not seeing the impact or changes in their thoughts, emotions, and actions. 

But, you may need professional help when these reactions negatively impact your activities, work performance, and relationships.

Your stressful and traumatic work experiences don’t have to leave a lasting impact on your emotional well-being.

As an emergency worker or first responder, you respond regularly to crises. Your job may expose you to high-stress and dangerous situations where you must rely on your training, experience, and instincts to successfully navigate these challenging situations.

You need to think fast, react quickly, and stay calm during intense situations.

While your work is meaningful and highly rewarding, it also can cause stress reactions like symptoms of trauma, changes in mood, Emergency Responder Exhaustion Syndrome, and post-traumatic stress.  

For instance, you may experience a critical incident that opens up feelings and experiences from past trauma, or you may experience trauma vicariously through the people you’re helping. These experiences may build over time — leading to more pervasive and chronic problems that may interfere with your daily life, work performance, and relationships. 

Ignoring or trying to push through the trauma or stress reaction won’t work — but specialized trauma therapy for first responders and emergency workers can help.

First Responder needing a Trauma Therapy in Maine

Common signs of possible post-traumatic stress injury or a trauma reaction in first responders include:

You don’t have to handle the trauma and stress on your own. Our licensed trauma experts are here for you. 

You deserve a safe place to process and work through the pain, trauma, and emotions you see, hear, and experience on your job. 

But we understand that asking for help isn’t always easy — it takes strength and courage. 

Our trauma experts are here to support you. We provide a safe, confidential, and judgment-free space where you can openly share your thoughts, feelings, worries, and behaviors. 

Benefits of Trauma Therapy for first responders and emergency workers

How our culturally competent Trauma Therapy in Maine works.

Our trauma therapy incorporates evidence-based strategies and techniques, like Brainspotting and Solution-Focused modalities, to help us focus on your specific concerns and goals. 

While we incorporate talk therapy, we also focus on the brain-body connection through approaches like Brainspotting. Because bypassing the “thinking” part of your brain can help us access your brain’s deeper emotional and body-based parts, allowing a more complete healing process. 

Our Trauma Therapy is designed to meet the needs of emergency responders.

We offer therapy intensives or ongoing maintenance therapy to meet you where you are.

With our individual trauma therapy, you receive individual 60-minute sessions to address your therapeutic needs and goals. 

Our therapy intensives include:

Work through stress and trauma reactions so you can reclaim your joy.

Our licensed experts provide specialized services to meet your needs. Together, we will get to the root of your challenges and provide you with support and tools to build resilience and avoid Emergency Responder Exhaustion Syndrome.

If your behavioral health is being impacted by the things you hear, do, and see as part of your job, don’t wait — contact us so you can start to heal and feel more like you. 

We provide therapeutic services in person and virtually in the state of Maine.
If you don’t live in Maine, you may still be eligible for services if you travel here.

Our licensed experts provide specialized services to meet your needs. Together, we will get to the root of your challenges and provide you with support and tools to build resilience and avoid Emergency Responder Exhaustion Syndrome.

If your behavioral health is being impacted by the things you hear, do, and see as part of your job, don’t wait — contact us so you can start to heal and feel more like you. 

We provide therapeutic services in person and virtually in the state of Maine.
If you don’t live in Maine, you may still be eligible for services if you travel here.