Our therapists offer trauma-informed and evidence-based therapeutic interventions. Our therapists emphasize and prioritize a strong therapeutic relationship. We provide individual therapy services to law enforcement, fire service, EMS, 911 dispatchers, corrections, veterans, and their family members. We have expertise in the follow areas:
We offer therapy to couples using evidence-based interventions, including the Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy.
Sometimes it's helpful to bring a family together to work through challenges that life throws at us. Whether it's related to fried and loss or to support a family member through a tough time, family therapy is available.
Wellness Check-ins are an opportunity to meet with a mental health professional and discuss your overall wellness. Wellness Check-ins are up to 50 minutes in length and are not therapeutic in nature. Additional resources and recommendations may be provided by the mental health professional to the recipient, and they may choose to engage in further services at their leisure.
The World Health Organization defines a critical incident as an event out of the range of normal experience – one which is sudden and unexpected, involves the perception of a threat to life and can include elements of physical and emotional loss. Sometimes law enforcement and first responders struggle with a call that doesn't rise to the level of a critical incident. Anyone who has experienced one of these traumatic events or a critical incident will have priority scheduling with a Wellness That Fits therapist.
In the event of a critical incident, we also offer the following services:
· Outreach: When provided a list of those involved in a critical incident, a therapist can reach out to each person, check-in, and offer an appointment.
· Debriefing: A trained therapist can work with the peer support team to provide a critical incident stress debriefing to those impacted by the incident.
We offer peer support team development, implementation, clinical leadership, and training. A Clinical Lead assigned to your Peer Support Team can help to support the wellness of peer support team members and provide training opportunities.
Retrospective Fatality Analysis (RFA) is a comprehensive analysis of biopsychosocial and environmental factors preceding an individual’s death by suicide or other unnatural deaths. The analysis interview tool was developed by a multidisciplinary team of seven highly experienced death investigators and suicidologists. Wellness That Fits has multiple Retrospective Fatality Analysts, including one of the RFA developers!