Nadine Dody MA, MFT, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Perserverance  builds character; character builds hope

Police, Fire, EMS, Dispatchers, significant others, and family support

First Responders rank among the most stressful jobs in our society.  They are asked to put their lives on the line on a daily basis.  In addition to managing the physical risk of the job, officers must also deal with personal, legal, organizational and political stress.  These responsibilities can be quite stressful for officers and their families.

Nadine has been married to a First Responder for 33 years. Her husband has been working for the Police department for the past 25 years.  Nadine has  been working with First Responders and their family for the past ten years.  She is trained in CISM, EMDR, and Stress Managment.  She has been volunteering with West Coast Post Trauma Retreat for the last five years.  She has been part of the Oregon State Police Crisis Team for the last four years. 

Critical Incident Intervention Services

Nadine is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management and is available for emergency response as well as debriefings.

She volunteers with West Coast Post Trauma Retreat (WCPR). 

She is on the Team for Critial Incident Response Treat with Oregon State Police

Nadine is availble for speaking at peer support teams, and First responder groups as well as spouse groups.

Marriage Retreats

Nadine and her husband Vic Dody have been married for 33 years.  They believe that to have a healthy marriage you need to continue to attend to your relationship. 

The Dody's have been teaching marriage classes for the past 20 years.  They serve as leaders in Marriage and Family Ministries at their local church.

The Dody's enjoy leading First Responder Marriage Retreat