Purpose: to directly fund Counterstrain treatments for veterans, active-duty military, first responders, and frontline healthcare workers seeking care after traumatic and stressful incidents.
Purpose: to conduct and publish clinical research that measures and verifies the effects of Counterstrain when used to treat the effects of trauma in the body.
Purpose: to build public awareness by disseminating information about Counterstrain and its unique ability to address trauma stored in the body, as well as to establish a scholarship fund that supports the next generation of clinicians to become certified Counterstrain practitioners.
For decades, Counterstrain practitioners and patients have come together in their pursuit of answers to the important questions that drive us forward:
- Why don't more people know about the remarkable benefits of Counterstrain?
- How can we empower and educate more individuals about the healing potential of Counterstrain?
- How can we ensure that every person in need has access to this form of care?
- How can we address the shortage of well-trained practitioners and meet the pressing demand for healing?
At our non-profit, we are dedicated to addressing these challenges head-on and have built our programs around the solutions we see as essential to address these gaps.
SINCE 2017, OUR PILOT PROGRAM HAS WORKED WITH AND SERVED:
Making Counterstrain Accessible
We firmly believe that healing should be accessible to all. That's why we strive to lower barriers to access, making Counterstrain treatment readily available to people impacted by trauma.
Through our clinical research trials, we aim to generate vital data and verify the efficacy of Counterstrain, with the aim of elevating its standing in the medical community, ensuring its recognition as a valuable therapeutic approach.
In addition, we are working to increase public awareness and understanding, by making easy-to-understand educational materials available for a broader audience. We see this as an essential component of empowering first responders, veterans, active-duty military, and health care frontline workers to take control of their well-being and explore the benefits of this powerful technique.
A critical part of improving access is helping aspiring practitioners invest in comprehensive training and mentorship, which we hope to do by establishing a scholarship program to partially or fully cover the costs of training and certification. By expanding our network of skilled professionals, we ensure that more communities and individuals in need can experience the transformative impact of Counterstrain.
Counterstrain is a technique trusted and embraced by a diverse array of individuals, including world-renowned speakers and educators, professional athletes, world champions, and high performers. We believe that veterans and service members deserve access to the same level of care that supports the demanding, remarkable lives and careers of these culture-makers.
Join us on this journey as we strive to spread information and awareness about Counterstrain, support the well-being of service members, and create a future where healing is accessible to all.
Stories of lives changed by Counterstrain
Retired CHP Officer Johnny Fisher talks about his experience with receiving counterstrain as part of BBP’s Community Impact Program. The offscreen voice is Theora Moench, Bridge Back Project’s Executive Director.
Retired Naval Aviator and professional athlete Kristin Barnes shares her experience with counterstrain. The offscreen voice is Theora Moench, Bridge Back Project’s Executive Director.
Veteran and retired police officer Ron Hansen talks about his experience with receiving counterstrain as part of BBP’s Community Impact Program. The offscreen voice is Theora Moench, Bridge Back Project’s Executive Director.