"Neurotherapy through Braincode Centers has been the best thing to happen to me. I come from a family of First Responders who have served their community with Pride and Honor. I knew that God was calling me to be in the service of my community and country. When I became a Law Enforcement Officer and hit the streets I realized that I needed to step back from my calling to serve my community to address the “trauma related brain injuries” I incurred during my life.
Braincode Centers helped me recover and retrain my brain to address the past injuries to my neurological pathways I had, understand how my brain reacts to trauma and developing a plan to train the brain to function and grow at the highest level possible.
In my short career as a Law Enforcement Officer, Braincode Centers has been one of the best tools I have in my toolbox to decompress and retrain my brain. I have learned that my brain is a unique muscle that gets injured when I experience trauma from calls for service, critical incidents and maintaining hypervigilance to go home safe.
Some of the signs of brain fatigue that I have come to learn through my training at Braincode and through Officer Survival classes are brain fog, irritability and anxiety, to name a few, are the result of cumulative trauma events that we as First Responders experience just by going to work. These can alter the chemistry and make up of our brain and change who we are as people.
Braincode Centers gives me the opportunity to grow, train and recover my brain in a way that will help me perform at my absolute best. This training helps prevent burnout from job related stressors that will slowly erode my home life and my ability to be the best I can on the streets.
I believe Braincode Centers is essential to my mental health and performance as a LEO. Neurotherapy is a critical training program for mental health and should be included to help combat the ugly statistic of First Responders Suicides due to the daily traumas we see that accumulate over a career that can span 25+ years of service."