First Responders

First Responders

Taking care of yourself is not an extracurricular activity, it’s a necessity so you can keep taking care of others.

COVID-19 impacts the mental health and wellbeing of first responders in different ways.  As you interact with people, their response to COVID-19 will range from annoyance to extreme fear.  As a first responder, you’re seen as someone with all the answers.  This will initiate a lot of questions from people looking for concrete answers.  This constant bombardment can have a negative effect on you.

Counseling for healthcare providers in Virginia, Maryland, and DC

 
 
Mental health, in general, is a taboo topic — but it becomes even more so when it comes to law enforcement, healthcare, and military. These professions encounter stressful situations every day on top of long hours.
 
Unlike other jobs, there’s no time to slack off. Some physicians, nurses, and police officers barely get a break throughout their shift.
 
 

Counseling for first responders in Virginia, Maryland, and DC

 
Postpartum Wellness is helping our first responders throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC during the #COVID-19 pandemic take care of their mental health because managing their stress and wellbeing during this time is as important as managing their physical health!
 
Schedule your complimentary phone consultation!  You will get matched with the best-fit telehealth online counselor today!
 
 
 

Mental Health for first responders in Virginia

What are your fees for online therapy?  If your health insurance does not provide coverage for online counseling, then schedule your intake appointment before May 1, 2020 and receive unlimited appointments at the reduced rate of $80.00 per session.