Military & Law Enforcement Professionals

Are You Looking for Support? You're Not Alone

Many military and law enforcement professionals tend to experience mental health challenges at a disproportionately high rate, including conditions such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, and traumatic brain injury.

Surveys conducted among veterans experiencing mental health challenges have highlighted a number of reasons for the under-utilization of available resources. Common responses include fear of being stigmatized, fear of confronting trauma, lack of knowledge of available resources, and lack of expertise among available mental health care providers.

Find a Therapist Who Understands You

Due to the unique challenges experienced within the military and law enforcement fields, it’s important to work with a therapist who understands your world — someone who specializes in your issues, gets the unique aspects of your profession, and is equipped to support your mental health.

Start your search today! When you find therapists that resonate with you, reach out for an initial consultation to discuss your mental health concerns and goals. Initial consultations are a quick and cost-free approach, which is especially helpful when you’re searching for a therapist that understands your industry. Remember, you don’t need to be in a crisis to get help.

If you or a loved one are having thoughts of suicide, you can always call 911 and go to your local emergency room. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

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