Law Enforcement


As a Police Officer you daily:

  1. Leave your family, not knowing what challenges or traumatic situations you may face
  2. Put on your uniform, badge, and gun to be respected by some, and hated by others
  3. Deal with the pain and suffering of the innocent, inflicted by the senseless acts of others
  4. Are expected to exercise professionalism and self-control, no matter how intense or life-threatening the situation

All eyes are on you, scrutinizing your every split-second decision:

  1. Command Staff
  2. The community you serve and protect
  3. The Media

If you are in an officer-involved shooting:

  1. You are immediately put on administrative leave
  2. A departmental investigation begins
  3. Your family and friends may see you in the news—not necessarily in a good light
  4. You are not allowed to talk about the incident
  5. Feeling alone, you can be left believing that the tide has turned against you

The stress from an incident, or years of accumulative, can leave you with:

  1. Difficulty sleeping
  2. Nightmares
  3. Flashbacks
  4. Depression
  5. Anxiety
  6. Anger
  7. Verbal or Physical Abuse of your loved ones
  8. Thoughts of suicide
  9. Emotionally withdrawing or isolation
  10. PTSD


Someone finding out and thinking you are weak or that you can’t do your job
Loss of respect form your fellow officers or Command Staff
Losing your job

It makes such a difference when you are able to speak to someone who understands and appreciates the challenges law enforcement officers face. Thank you for all your support to me and so many other law enforcement professionals.

Police Commander

inLife Clinic would like to provide you with:

  1. A safe and confidential place for working through the impact of the stress and trauma you have experienced
  2. A unique and successful approach to counseling
  3. Brain Training services



Brain Training is like working out at the gym for your brain

  1. Trauma and stress cause imbalances in your brainwaves allowing the brain to getting out of shape
  2. It is difficult to do your job when you are out of shape physically and it’s no different when your brain is weakened
  3. Your brain is your body’s Incident Command Center, so when it is working at its best, it smoothly and efficiently coordinates your responses
  4. You can thinking is clearer, calmer and less reactive
  5. You sleep better and feel healthier, more confident and in control of your life
  6. Have better relationships both at home and at work
  7. Improved overall job performance

Pleas click on the Brain Training tab to understand how this unique approach can help you regain the life that you desire.


Counseling for LE Officers and Families

Phyllis Rogers has served as a Chaplain for the Redmond Police and Fire Chaplain Departments since 2007. She provides support to police and fire personnel and their families. She is often dispatched to scenes where emotional support is needed by community members. To read more about Phyllis and her personal story of traumatic loss, please visit the Counseling section of our website.