Code 3 Counseling is now the

Monterey Regional Center


Restoration FirstResponder Centers

Over and over again. You have seen it all. The nasty car accidents with broken bodies. Constantly seeing victims of abuse defend the perpetrator. The evil things you had never realized humans were capable of. You see it over and over again. And you know you will continue to see it over and over again.
And it is all weighing on you. Yes, you have seen this before, but now it is not so easy. You find yourself not even wanting to do the work anymore. So you try to escape it. Or you get angry about it, so angry you begin to lose your cool. You try to do anything to keep yourself from thinking about all the evil and darkness you have seen, because you can't tell anyone about it. How can you even begin to explain what it is you are dealing with? When even YOU don't know what it is?

Understand yourself and feel free again!

Photo of a man riding a motorcycle with an American flag waving on the back of the bike as the driver enjoys feeling free after counseling for his trauma issues.

Cumulative trauma is the term used when describing how the repeated exposure to difficult situations (domestics, car accidents, etc.) effects the brain. Our brains are not meant to be exposed to so much darkness. But you as a first responder, you see it day in and day out. Your brain is not built to hold all of that in. We want you to know, this is a normal response to an abnormal amount of evil.
We understand the way your brain is working to protect itself. And we can help you understand it, too. In sessions, you can explore the things you have seen in a safe and non-judgmental space, knowing that we are capable of holding the space and experienced in helping you through it.
You will find yourself able to face it all again. Without worrying about the worst thing happening over and over again. You will understand what you are going through, and know what to do to keep it from holding you back. You will experience freedom again.

Cumulative Trauma Counseling sessions last between 45-50 minutes. To know the fees and costs for sessions, look here. Sessions occur on average once every week or two weeks. Based on your goals and treatment needs, therapy and counseling can be as brief as 8-10 sessions or can be longer-term over a year or two.

Still not sure about it?

We offer a free 20-minute consultation for those interested in services. It will give you a chance to describe your particular issue, ask any questions about our experience, and help you feel more comfortable with us.

Face the giants in your life, slay them and move on. Do not be daunted by the mistakes and failures in your life.

T. D. Jakes


Serving folks in person in the Monterey Bay Area and online throughout the State of California.

You don't have to figure this out on your own. We are ready to meet you. To start your journey towards freedom, follow these easy steps:

    Contact Code 3 Counseling by email, give us a call, or schedule a free consultation now!
    Get connected with our team of competent and qualified counselors.
    Start winning the battle and defeating the obstacles that are keeping you from a free and peaceful life!