Kassondra L. Wilson, PLLC.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling

(Medical Professionals, EMT's, Firefighters, Paramedics, Therapists/Social Workers, Activists, Janitors, Grocery Providers, Pharmacist, Mail/Package Delivery, Taxi/Bus/Uber/Lyft Drivers, Army/Navy, Teachers, etc.)

Helping Adult LGBTQ + frontline providers or first responders who are feeling run down, burnt out, afraid for their safety, or hopeless regarding the job that was once loved discover (or perhaps be reminded) of new ways to manage what health care looks and feels like in todays COVID-19 world.

It can feel tough to deal with everything right now, especially when too much is happening or we are witnessing so much  death, despair, and fear.

Most people who start LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling feel stuck in repeat of the same terrifying and heartbreaking moments. Perhaps you can relate? Maybe your days start to blur together or you feel like you want to escape your life?

Stuck in overload, many have begun to feel hopeless,  like your downing underwater while carrying your patients, clients, or customers on your shoulders.



Do You Feel Numb, Moody, Overwhelmed?


Do any of the following resonate with you?


Your energy levels are at an all time low... I'm just exhausted?

You've lost the joyful feelings that you used to have in life?

You have an insane schedule that doesn’t let you rest?

Your sleep is interrupted by anxiety or nightmares or you lay away unable to fall asleep night after night?

You wake in the morning feeling overwhelmed and depressed--have trouble convincing yourself to get out of that bed because life sometimes doesn't feel worth living at this pace?

You get stuck in your head worrying about dying due to your job, the consequence of your job on your family or loved ones, or how you can't do you your job like you used to because you are run down?

Perhaps you have turned to substances, self-harm, or are thinking of suicide because things are just too overwhelming right now.


If any of these sound true for you, I want you to know that even though you might feel like a failure for needing help, that couldn’t be further from the truth. It takes courage to become aware about what you are going through and ask for help. You deserve to get the help that you need to get through this unimaginable time.


Self-care is not an indulgence or a selfish act. In fact, it is especially important to take care of yourself when you have the responsibility of caring for others.



LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling Can Help You Feel Like Your Real Self Again

It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could…


Be high energy, motivated, and ambitious.

Have the intimacy you want with your partner and level emotions with your family/friends.

Have an improved attitude, mood, and productivity.

Create a more meaningful life based on who you are and what you desire.

Sleep better and wake up refreshed.

Get to the root problems and solve those instead of using band-aids, substances, or self-harm.



Step Back And Focus On Healing


LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling helps you rise above your challenges and allows you to start moving towards your ideal life with less stress and more calm.


You will get a "toolbox" of practical actions that can assist you to find your way through difficult feelings and situations. You will begin to prioritize yourself.


Even if you are not sure how a therapist could help you, LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling may be the opportunity you have been hoping for. I’ve helped people struggling with constant worry due to their employment, secondary trauma, and unsuccessful coping, find their way to feeling more calm without having to give up their successful careers. My clients discover that it’s possible to be productive and effective without living life at a heightened pace.


My name is Kassondra Wilson and I am a counselor and person with lived experience healing from secondary trauma who is here to help.



How LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling Works


LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling consists of weekly or bi-weekly 55-minute, one-on-one sessions that help you work through your concerns. I offer early morning and late night appointment times to accommodate your long shift schedules. In addition to listening, I will guide you towards solutions, I play an active role. Here’s how it will work step-by-step:

1. First, I provide a safe, accepting space so that you will feel comfortable sharing your struggles with me.
2. Through hearing your story, I will start to get a picture of what your challenges are.
3. We will start with helping you with immediate concerns like managing difficult emotions and challenging life situations.
3. We will also work to discover what your goals are in therapy and in life.
4. Keeping your unique goals in mind, we’ll figure out what’s needed to help you reach them.
5. Over the course of our sessions, you will start making progress towards the life you desire.


Research shows that LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling can positively change your thinking, beliefs, emotions, and behaviors. It can help you let go of what’s holding you back.



Let’s Get Started Today

Ready to start feeling better? If you feel stuck in repeat of the same terrifying and heartbreaking moments, LGBTQ+ Frontline Provider and First Responder Counseling could he the thing to help you cope through this challenging time.


Start now, don't wait, you have been waiting long enough and you deserve to take some time for yourself. During your free phone consultation you can start getting a feel for how I can help and we can discuss next steps.