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Trusted and Compassionate Therapy Services for RCMP Members

JC Herrett Consulting is proud to announce that we are now an approved therapy service provider for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). RCMP members can access our services through their RCMP benefits, including the RCMP Member and Family Assistance Program (MFAP) and RCMP Health Services (RCMPHS).


It's a challenge. RCMP members are almost twice as likely to screen positively for generalized anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder as other public safety personnel, and more than twice as likely to screen positively for post-traumatic stress disorder and panic disorder. 

Members, through the function of their service, are exposed to a variety of potentially psychologically traumatic events while experiencing significant organizational and operational stressors.

These are just a couple of the results released by the National Police Federation in the report Behind the Badge: Revealing Escalating Mental Health Injuries Among RCMP Officers (Feb 2024).

At JC Herrett Consulting, we recognize the unique challenges faced by RCMP members, such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, operational stress injuries, and other mental health issues. Therapist Jocelyn Herrett works closely with RCMP members to identify their specific needs and goals, developing personalized treatment plans to achieve the best possible outcomes. Herrett employs a trauma-informed approach to therapy, ensuring that each session is supportive and effective. We provide a safe, non-judgmental, and confidential environment for RCMP members to receive the care they need.


If you are a current or former RCMP member seeking mental health support, don’t hesitate to contact us.

We are here to assist you on your journey to healing and recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I'm eligible for therapy services through MFAP or RCMPHS? If you’re a current or former RCMP member, you may be eligible for therapy services through MFAP or RCMPHS. The best way to find out is to contact your RCMP benefits provider directly.

Is therapy confidential? Yes therapy is confidential. We take privacy and confidentiality very seriously, and we adhere to the highest ethical standards. We only share information with third parties with the written consent of the client, except in situations where we are required by law to disclose information (e.g., if a client is at risk of harm to themselves or others).

How long does therapy usually take? The length of therapy can vary depending on the individual and the nature of their mental health challenges. Some people may only need a few sessions, while others may benefit from longer-term therapy. We work collaboratively with RCMP members to determine the best course of treatment for their needs.

How can I schedule an appointment? Call us at 778-638-0525. Alison will arrange the first available appointment once pre-approval has been received.

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