Responders receive transformative
therapy from people who get their
unique challenges and culture.
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WHY WE EXIST & WHAT WE STAND FOR
- We believe that seeking help, support, or treatment doesn’t mean that something is “wrong.” It means that you are having a universal human experience in that there will likely always be a point in someone’s life where they can benefit from a skilled, knowledgeable, and unbiased professional support system.
K.J. , Ohio Police Officer
How We Started
Cinnamon S. Reiheld
MA, MSW, LISW-S, CCTP,
Cinnamon began her career in trauma and mental health in 1998 when she worked as an Americorp volunteer resettling war refugees from Eastern Europe in their new home of Washington D.C. From there, her desire to understand and reduce the impact of traumatic events has only grown. Cinnamon holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo in both Sociology and Women’s Studies, and two Master’s degrees from The Ohio State University: one in Social Work and the other in Women’s Studies. Cinnamon has taught courses at The Ohio State University and Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.
Cinnamon has chosen to specialize in providing behavioral health services to first responders. She
serves those in the fire service, emergency medicine, law enforcement, military, and emergency
communication departments across Ohio and the Tristate area. She has been trained by New
York’s “bravest” in Psychological First-Aid, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation-endorsed
intervention of TF-CBT, in both ART and EMDR therapies, is certified as a Clinical Trauma
Professional and is a trained Reiki practitioner.
Integration Coach, CDCA, Podcast Co-Host
She supports clients who are navigating substance misuse, as well as coaching first responders in creating the fulfilling and inspired lives they desire.
She resides in Hilliard, OH with her husband Rob and their two children.