Colorado First Responders Use Neurofeedback Therapy to Cope With Trauma

“McCoy, an EMS district supervisor, is one of about 50 people at South Metro Fire Rescue to try the therapy, which has become so popular that the fire district in January brought Whitmer in full time to hold sessions on site at its headquarters.

“Especially with this population, we see a ton of people where the brain is always on, always ready to go,” Whitmer said. “Which makes them really, really good at their jobs, but it makes it harder to downshift and kind of rest, relax.”

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