You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do.
— Eleanor Roosevelt
 
 

Consultation and Supervision for Mental Health Therapists  supports and trains mental health therapists in the treatment of traumatic stress and working with specific populations. Training and consultation in EMDR therapy for basic training, for certification, and becoming an approved consultant. Training, consultation and supervision in working with protective service workers and becoming a part of the FRS response team.

 

EAP/Consultation Services assists organizations in strengthening their leaders, teams and individuals as they strive to achieve their vision and mission. Education and consultation in wellness, stress management, resiliency, crisis intervention, leadership, prevention, communication, conflict resolution, and creating an environment of support and value creates healthy organizations, teams and communities.

First Responder Leadership Support    provides support to protective service leaders in: developing and oversight of peer support programs; psychological first aid and critical incident stress management; education in crisis intervention, wellness and stress management; establishing community partnerships; mental health disaster support; creating a culture of support, and development of a healthy team of true brothers and sisters in the field.


Passageway, Inc. FRS-TR provides consultation, EAP services, and support for protective service workers, in individual, group and retreat formats to connect and strengthen organizations and individuals toward achieving their mission and goals.

 
We are all responsible for the world we live in. Worldwide, clinicians are forging bonds that transcend countries and ideologies. Bonds that can help heal the trauma and pain that lead to ongoing violence and suffering. To make a difference that effects generations to come-don’t leave it to anyone else. We all have to take a part in it.
— Francine Shapiro