A great tool to vent, get support, and/or create insight into you life with an objective, compassionate, non-judgmental, highly trained specialist who is held to confidentiality by law.
Being able to meet with others who are experiencing similar struggles in life is empowering and enriches your life with support.
Not just any therapist can do marital or couples therapy. It is a delicate art to stay neutral and be effective.
An excellent way to get closer to your family while learning techniques on how to better communicate.
NFPA 1500 now requires that the behavioral health therapists seeing your department have trauma therapy experience. Trauma encompasses your work day which will have an effect on your everyday life.
Firefighters are being diagnosed with cancer. Having a support system by their side and their family's side during this journey is priceless. First responders also have to cope with their loved ones getting a cancer diagnosis. Command is here for the first responder or for their family to traverse through this path.
Command's therapists have walked side by side with departments who have suffered a tragic loss. Although death is a part of life, having a support team during these possibly detrimental times can assist in building resiliency in your department.
CCC can assist in developing up-to-date mental health policies and procedures to better support your department.
When your department gets reports of a first responder that is worrying a peer CCC has the ability to meet with these staff members and conduct an assessment to get an idea on how assist and support the first responder.
Command will attend or assist in department interventions and can conduct substance abuse assessments in order to suggest the level of care the first responder should attend in order to get the best outcomes.
Command has vetted treatment centers throughout the United States and is able to recommend a center that best fits the first responders' struggles. Command will handle the referral from beginning to end, giving notification to the department contact when the first responder has arrived in treatment.
Peer supporters have access to a consultant who can help guide the supporter in getting a peer some help or give feedback to a peer supporter after meeting with a peer.
At CCC, we believe education is the highest valued tool for prevention, culture change, reduction of stigma and increasing the overall health of your department.
Command Counseling Center can provide the new minimum standard trainings for mental health required by the state of Florida, as well as a wide variety of training.
Classes can be tailored to fit your specific needs and can range from 2 to 8 hours.
Training programs can provide the Department information and skills that will maximize their ability to function as a team and to continue to develop productive careers.
CCC can accommodate any national department and conduct yearly mental health screenings to then entire department.
CCC utilizes the CAT-MH™ - the most sophisticated behavioral health assessment tool available.
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We will provide screenings using the CAT-MH™ to any department employee requesting a psychological evaluation after a critical incident or high stress event or requested by the employee's supervisor and/or department's fire chief.
Screenings can be an on-going tool for employees who have been identified by the department as needing:
Each screening will be followed up by a 1-hour clinical session that will go over the results of the test as well as review coping skills to continue to build resiliency.
CCC will create a report showing measurable data after every completed session. These reports will be given to the responder and the responder may sign a release of information for his supervisor or other department manager, if requested.