A First Responder’s demanding responsibilities can interfere with their emotional and mental wellbeing due to the nature of the situations faced in day-to-day activities. Many individuals have an innate ability to deal with certain levels of psychological stress, but this ability varies from person to person and can change over time or circumstance. There is growing evidence that shows that certain officers are more at risk than others.  require attention, including new recruits, new and pregnant women.

Research in to traumatic stress, anxiety and depression has shown a wider range of vulnerability which requires attention. Factors include:

The most effective way to systematically analyze and evaluate risk and threat is through psychological screening by a professional who is trained and competent in psychometric testing. Research in clinical settings has created measures which assess the levels of symptoms and identify vulnerability and protective factors implicated in the development of psychiatric disorders. 

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    Dr. Robin Kroll
    Licensed Clinical Psychologist Board Certified Police and Public Safety Psychologist

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