Free Psychological Services for Blue Light Workers in the Merseyside Region

Do you have employees who work on the front line in the emergency services?

Are you looking for a well established service providing support for your staff who are struggling with the consequences of traumatic events?

Would you like that service to be free?

Well, look no further! The “Psychological Therapies Unit” and “Cognacity” have joined forces and obtained significant resources to be able to provide a free service for those front-line workers in the blue light services who are struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment disorders, anxiety and depression as a result of their work.

Cognacity has a great track record in supporting those people in the Armed Forces and civilians in the emergency services with a range of support, including housing, financial support and psychological support over the past few years. They are a well established organisation who are experts in providing these services.

The Psychological Therapies Unit has been providing trauma focused psychological interventions for the people of Liverpool and surrounding area and now nationally (through our subsidiary “Traumaticus”) for the last 20 years. We have an excellent track record in terms of outcomes for the people that we work with and have worked with over 5000 people locally and nationally to help them to recover from their experiences.

We are in the fortunate position of being able to offer a free, high quality service through our funding streams to those people who are employed in the blue light services.
If you would be interested to discuss further, please contact myself or contact Cognacity on this number: 0333 939 8321.

We look forward to hearing from you.
Steve Flatt

Tel: 0151 706 8163

18th February 2019



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