Mental Health Readiness Trainings

Providing focused trainings aimed at equipping professionals, paraprofessionals, and volunteers around specific areas of need. 

Nervous System Dysregulation vs.
Healthy Adaptive Stress Assessment

Training focus on developing healthy coping mechanisms, setting boundaries, and prioritizing self-care.

How Trauma Shows Up and Influences Mental Health Treatment/Outcomes

Trauma can manifest in a variety of ways, including anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and other mental health conditions.

Multichannel Eye Movement Integration (MEMI)

Multichannel eye movement integration (EMI) is a therapeutic technique used in the treatment of trauma, Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Human Sex Trafficking &
Sex Industry Exploitation

Sex trafficking and sex industry exploitation can cause physical and psychological harm, loss of freedom and autonomy, health risks, and legal and

social consequences:

Treating Sex Addiction & Infidelity

We offer trainings of treatment for sex addiction used to help individuals identify and change their patterns of thinking and behavior related to sex addiction. We even have online courses for this focus.

Stress & Health

We offer several professional training sessions that can help individuals deal with stress and improve their overall health. They can provide guidance on nutrition, exercise, stress management, and other lifestyle factors that can

impact health.

The Unique Dynamics Found
in First Responder Marriages

First responders often face high levels of stress, trauma exposure, and irregular work schedules, which can impact their ability to maintain healthy relationships.

First Responder Marital Seminars

There are a variety of seminars and workshops available for first responder couples to help strengthen their marriages and relationships. Call to schedule individual or group sessions.

Neurology of the Stress Response
(First Responder / Military)

The neurology of the stress response in first responders involves the activation of the sympathetic nervous system and the release of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol.

Mental Health Needs of Law Enforcement

Creating a culture that reduces stigma around seeking help for mental health issues and encourages open communication about mental health can help address the mental health needs of law enforcement officers.

Mental Health Needs of First Responder Families

First responder families experience high levels of stress, anxiety, and trauma as a result of their loved one's job, and may also struggle with feelings of isolation and fear for their loved one's safety.

Community Relations

When police and community members have a positive and respectful relationship, it can lead to better communication, cooperation, and collaboration in addressing crime and other

public safety issues.

Looking for Online Courses

& Certifications?


Online Course via Teachable
  • Course Curriculum
  • 9 Unit Course
  • Approximately 6 hours video sessions
  • 8 Module quizzes.
  • Completion certificate upon completion
  • Price: $60


Online Course via Teachable
  • Course Curriculum
  • 17 Unit Course
  • Approximately 10 hours video sessions
  • 16 Module quizzes.
  • Completion certificate upon completion
  • Price: $125