SYA provides comprehensive psychological assessments to assist with diagnostic clarification, assess for ADHD, learning disabilities, mood and cognitive concerns, testing to determine the psychological suitability of police and public safety personnel (L-3 exams), for promotion and assignments into specialized units, and for fitness for duty.
SYA offers individual, family, marital, and couples counseling using brief, systemic, and strength-based approaches to enhance stress resilience, improve self-awareness, develop healthy coping, strengthen familial relationships, and overcome problems related to stress and trauma, sadness/depression, grief and loss, anxiety/panic, relationship issues, marital discord, family conflict, infidelity, suicidal ideation, and life transitions (divorce, parenthood, marriage, retirement, etc.) SYA operates outside of normal business hours and offers daytime, evening, and weekend appointments in person or virtually.
SYA offers Walk-In Wednesdays for first responders. Every third Wednesday of the month, first responders can walk in for a free single session in person or virtually between 2 pm-7 pm
SYA also conducts annual wellness visits as a preventative measure for mental health, to build officer trust in counseling, and reduce stigma in the law enforcement