We work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond.
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The Center specializes in using Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TSY) to treat responders who have PTSD. Trauma-Sensitive Yoga has been shown to significantly decrease the symptoms caused by PTSD helping responders create better and sustained balance in their ability to handle stress.
Beth Kruger, RYT, has been working with responders using TSY and incorporating the latest trauma theory with her understanding of neurophysiology to help responders heal for the debilitating effects of trauma. The center also offers ongoing yoga workshops, weekly classes, and individual sessions. Check back soon for our class schedule.
The Center offers responders and their Departments the opportunity to use Biofeedback as a tool for the baseline assessment of new and existing officers as well as an objective measure to assess any responder after a critical incident. Biofeedback is the measure of an autonomic bodily system such as our nervous system that measures how the system is functioning.
For responders, biofeedback gives us a unique look at the responder’s ability to handle stress. A key component in this measure of stress is Heart Rate Variability (HRV). Good HRV reflects a self-regulatory system that is functioning properly and therefore, is an indicator of overall health. Improving HRV through coherence breathing exercises and yoga can prevent PTSD and improve resiliency in emergency responders.
Schuyler Provetto, a former police officer, is a certified Heartmath Coach and Mentor and works with responders teaching them mindfulness and coherence breathing techniques to enhance resiliency. Biofeedback is also another way to help individuals become more resilient while they continue to be exposed to the repeated and intense traumatic events.