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Ten-Seven Coaching was founded as a space for first responders to get the help they need when they're "10-7" or Out of Service. Our team provides experienced and licensed clinical providers to assist service members and their families with issues they may face through the stress of on the job exposure and other unique challenges that first responders and their families face; from leaving their loved ones and possibly living and working in harm's way to maintaining positive relationships with their community and family. Ten-Seven Coaching provides support for a range of issues including: relationships, crisis intervention, stress management, grief, occupational and other individual and family issues. Psycho-educational presentations on maintaining healthy relationships, stress/coping, grief/loss and injuries in the line of duty are provided to all first responders, service members and their families. Support for these issues empowers individuals during the problem-solving process, increases individual and family competency and confidence in handling the daily stressors that being a first responder brings and ensures that issues do not impair operational readiness. Our goal is to empower individuals to work through their issues, increase individual and family harmony, and promote confidence in handling the stress that being a first responder and the family member of a first responder can bring.  Our mission will always remain to provide space where you never have to face these demons alone. A place in a world full of chaos that is safe for you to surrender.

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Alisa Mitchell, LPC, CFRC, EMDR

Alisa is our founder and created this mission following her own experiences in law enforcement and seeing the devastating affects that can present unexpectedly in this field. She studied criminal justice and law enforcement at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, before completing her Masters degree in Clinical Counseling at Bellevue University in 2015. While in college, she spent 5 years in law enforcement before transitioning to pursuing a full time career in counseling. She believes that her experience and education have provided a strong foundation in creating a non-judgmental, comfortable and motivating environment for clients, helping them reach their full potential. She has had the opportunity to gain experience in many areas of counseling with first responders, such as trauma and PTSD, addiction, life transitions and stressors, domestic violence and legal issues. Alisa is a Certified First Responder Counselor and uses Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) to treat a variety of presenting issues related to trauma to help clients find peace in healing and ability to move forward in their lives. She is a Certified Clinician with the National Public Emergency Responder and Safety Center, as well as an approved provider with the National Fraternal Order of Police. Alisa has additional training and certification in technology assisted counseling which allows her to offer services via Telehealth statewide in Arkansas and Missouri. Alisa is also certified as a Force Science Analyst through Force Science Institute and is available for consulting on critical incidents. 

Alisa currently lives in Northwest Arkansas with her husband, who is a veteran of the Marine Corps, having served two tours in Afghanistan, and currently a police officer with a local department. They enjoy time off with their german shepherd, Meeka, and many barn cats on their farm. 



Never wait to reach out if you or someone that you know is struggling. 


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