Ambulance workers

First Responders

Men and women that work in the fire department, police, EMT, ER and all supporting positions are there when we need them most. Considering the level of trauma a person is exposed to while working as a first responder, mental health care is a critical consideration that requires a unique approach. The Crane Center is certified to work with first responders mental health.

Today, more and more people are becoming first responders. Whether it's due to the increasing number of natural disasters or mass shootings, first responders are often the first on the scene. And while they are trained to deal with physical trauma, they may not be prepared for the mental trauma that comes with the job.

First responders are often seen as tough and invincible. But the reality is that they deal with a lot of trauma and stress on a daily basis. This can take a toll on their mental health.

Unfortunately, there is still a stigma around therapy and counseling. Some people see it as a sign of weakness. But the reality is that therapy is a necessary tool for first responders. It can help them deal with the stress of their job and the trauma they have witnessed.

That's why it's so important for first responders to have access to therapy and counseling. Mental health professionals can help first responders deal with the stress and trauma of the job. And, just as importantly, they can help them learn to cope with the things they see and experience on a daily basis.

If you're a first responder, don't be afraid to seek out the help of a therapist or counselor. It can make a world of difference in your mental health and well-being.

Fire Fighters posing on fire truck
Ambulance workers
Police at scene of accident