The primary charge of first responders is to help. Whether someone is a 911 operator, law enforcement officer, paramedic, emergency medical technician (EMT), or firefighter, they a the ones running toward the danger. This population sees things that no one should have to see.  They suffer traumatic experiences and must learn how to deal with them. How do EMDR therapists take care of our first responders? How can our community of healers help? Find out how EMDR therapists can help our first responder community.



In this Issue

  • The Use of EMDR within a Police Population By Carol Logan, Ph.D., Police Psychologist, Austin Police Department
  • Helping the Helpers: Crime Victim Services and Trauma By William H. Petty, Ph.D.
  • Utilizing Intensive EMDR Treatment for Law Enforcement Personnel in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas ByGary Brothers, LCSW
  • Protecting Those Who Protect Others: An Interview with Jim Reynolds and Brian Simmons

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Issue: December 2018

Year: 2018

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