TRAUMA / DEPRESSION / ANXIETY / PTSD THERAPY
We provide individual therapy for those dealing with PTSD / Trauma / Anxiety / Depression. The therapists at Thin Line Counseling are experienced and trained in numerous modalities that have proven to help struggling individuals. The therapists at Thin Line Counseling are trained in the leading therapy theories for PTSD / Trauma / Anxiety / Depression.
We provide regular training, consultations, and presentations on PTSD and how trauma affects an individual.
EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is recognized by the World Health Organization as a leading therapy theory for PTSD. The therapists at Thin Line Counseling, LLC are experienced in EMDR and trained to advanced levels. Click the "EMDR Therapy" heading above for a video that provides an overview of EMDR.
Family and Friends only understand what they see on TV about Law Enforcement. Mostly because officers don't want to bring that baggage home with them and place it on their families. Great job Trevor, one life saved is well worth it.
Discussing mental health with your peers and loved ones is often challenging and uncomfortable. Especially for all those Type A personalities attracted to military service and first responder careers. Your mind can get "sick" just like your body and sometimes needs a little help to heal. This therapist has a background in law enforcement and is eager to help.
I am proud to announce my involvement in a documentary created to highlight the failure of agencies and communities in taking care of our injured law enforcement officers. The stories of what happened to these brave men and women will pull at the heartstrings of even the strongest observers. The below link is for theRead more about The Wounded Blue Documentary[…]
I am humbled to be represented in the Kentucky Law Enforcement Magazine. Thank you for helping me spread my message. Read the article HERE
The news got one right! Although the therapists at Thin Line Counseling treat all types of trauma and PTSD, members of public safety continue to be among our top priorities. A Louisville news station recently completed a series of short stories about public safety PTSD. I recommend it, and especially appreciate the third video titledRead more about Untreated PTSD[…]
*****Opportunity for Veterans***** Exciting opportunity for any military veterans in your circles or your family that may be struggling with PTSD / Depression / Anxiety. Thin Line Counseling LLC has partnered with Central Kentucky Riding for Hope to provide equine assisted therapy for FREE for veterans that may be dealing with these difficult mental healthRead more about Military Veteran Opportunity – Equine Assisted Therapy[…]
This week I had the honor of being a therapist at the first Kentucky Post-Critical Incident Seminar, hosted by the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. The seminar, which can be found at the link below, consisted of three days of reflection and healing by some of the bravest officers and spouses of the Commonwealth. Read more about Post-Critical Incident Seminar (Police PTSD)[…]
This week’s recent news of yet another celebrity suicide proves that depression does not have a type. The member of a band from my high school years, Chester Bennington, had a net worth of $30-35 million depending on the source. Chester killed himself in lieu of having a lot of things that many people feelRead more about Depression Does Not Have a Type[…]
June 27th, 2017 is National PTSD Awareness Day. As the term PTSD becomes regular in our society, I find that the actual symptoms of the particular mental health difficulty are unknown. While the technical aspects of the diagnosis are needed as a mental health disorder, I find it more important to provide others with theRead more about PTSD Awareness Day[…]
As I sit and reflect on Memorial Day 2017, my heart could not be any more filled with appreciation for people I have never met, that gave their life for people they never met. The first military memory that comes to mind is my visit to the constant vigil held at the Tomb of theRead more about Memorial Day[…]
Today, 05/21/17, begins National Emergency Medical Services Week. As I reflect over my 18 years of law enforcement and fire/EMS services, I think highly of the men and women that provide medical first responder services to those in need. While many people can imagine that the brave heroes of emergency medical services deal with traumaticRead more about EMS Week[…]
Depression can be observed in many forms, but usually appears as lasting sadness and a loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable. If you are unable to shake the sadness, or if events in your life have caused you to feel stuck and unable to grow mentally, then psychotherapy can be a bigRead more about Getting Help with Depression[…]