Welcome Family of First Responders

If you are a family member or loved one of a First Responder who is seeking assistance and support for your beloved hero, you are in the right place.

But what about you?

You, as the family members of First Responders, are the support behind the backbone of our society. Your beloved spouse, parent, child or sibling, works nights and days to protect and save lives. However, you may also face the silent struggle of anxiety brought home by the nature of their work, to say nothing of the anxiety you feel when you worry about them while they are at work.

The stress being of a first responder can permeate throughout their family. PTSD seepage is real. If you are a family member, you too may benefit from Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy. Schedule a consultation now to begin your path to healing, and stand beside your first responder in mental wellness.

It is our collective responsibility to ensure that you (or someone you know) receive the support and resources you need to combat anxiety, regain your mental well-being and improve the quality of your life. Please, do not wait! Just make a quick call to our team at (707) 800-7568 or email us at info@btcmentalhealth.org to start the conversation.

 

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Hope & Solutions

 

What we do

We tailor the therapy sessions to address your loved one's individual requirements, aiming to attain the most favorable and effective outcomes.

We offer various ways to receive the KAT treatment:

  • Group therapy allowing the First Responder to invite a chosen companion they trust and who will experience the therapy along side with them
  • Group therapy with individuals facing similar mental challenges or those who have shared a traumatic experience
  • Group therapy tailored for a specific peer or colleague group
  • Individualized one-on-one therapeutic sessions

 

Offering hope and recovery with Ketamine-assisted Therapy (KAT)

We, at BTC in Mental Health, are committed to the healing of First Responders. We understand that coping with either a single horrific incident or a multitude of hard calls is an on-going process. Unlike a citizen who may be a victim and experience one terrible crime scene, as long as you are working you will be re-exposed to terrible things that in the moment require you to stuff your feelings and just get the job done.

  • Our primary therapeutic approach involves the use of Ketamine to enhance counseling provided by psychotherapists with specialized training.
  • Ketamine is classified as a dissociative anesthetic, possessing unique effects on both the mental and physical aspects of an individual.
  • This medication has a high safety record.
  • Ketamine is LEGAL and FDA approved.
  • Ketamine has a high efficacy and durability record.
  • Research has confirmed its efficacy as an antidepressant, leading to its current off-label usage in the treatment of various mental health conditions.
  • We offer a comprehensive, well researched therapeutic program designed around your work schedule, whether Kelly, 48/96, 4x10, swings, or other scheduling considerations.
  • KAT helps first responders recharge and revamp their mental health.
  • We initiate follow-up procedures to stay connected with you and help you to assess your progress.
  • We are committed to supporting your mental wellness and recovery.
  • You are not alone in this journey, and we are here to provide unwavering support every step of the way!

We offer a 10% discount to First Responders, Veterans, and their family members.

I felt light. I saw the light at the end of the tunnel. The light towards freedom.

Anonymous First Responder

 

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Why BTC?

 

At BTC we believe in:

  • Compassion
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • An urgency of treatment for First Responders for PTSD, Depression, Anxiety and Addiction
  • Unseen scars are just as significant as physical scars
  • Mental wellness is everyone's right
  • Seeking help shows strength and resilience
  • Fostering empathy and understanding to pave the way for a more supportive society for First Responders

At BTC our therapists:

  • Are trained specifically to address PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Addiction
  • Understand and take into consideration that cultural factors can significantly impact mental health, well-being, and communication
  • Create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all cultural backgrounds
  • Utilize open dialogue about PTSD, depression and anxiety
  • Believe that PTSD is an injury, not a disorder
  • Know that suffering, isolation, and feeling overwhelmed can be alleviated with treatment
  • Prioritize mental wellness and destigmatize mental injuries
  • Provide unwavering support every step of your wellness journey