Ambulance and EMT Counseling

PSPG can provide as needed general mental health counseling for all ambulance services staff and their immediate family members.

 

The goal of counseling is to fully address issues in the present so they do not become larger in the future. PSPG staff have extensive experience in providing therapy and counseling for both civilians and ambulance service staff and their families. Staff have a minimum of a Master’s degree and a NM state license. Staff are trained in individual, family, couples, and group therapy, and can treat adults, adolescents, and children. Most often, PSPG counselors treat clients with a short-term cognitive-behavioral based model. If needed, other more specific therapies may be used such as trauma-based approaches like Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), or substance abuse interventions like Motivational Interviewing or Relapse Prevention.