PSWE Consulting is dedicated to meeting the unique mental health and wellness needs of public safety departments, individuals, and their families.
Our team is built of retired or active public safety professionals with diverse backgrounds that only enhance our ability to give the best care to our clients.
We work WITH you in developing a service package that makes sense for your budget, department size, location, and wellness program needs.
Transparency and confidentiality are a high priority. We follow best practice standards to maintain the privacy of all of our clients.
Dr. Tia White, DSW, LCSW
Founder and Executive Director
Tia is a licensed clinical social worker, researcher, program and curriculum developer, and training instructor. With a Doctorate and Master’s in social work, her education focus has been on the best ways to holistically empower communities, develop programs, initiate, translate, and apply research, and engage public safety in specialized clinical treatments. She has developed both organizational and individual wellness assessments specifically for public safety professionals.
Over her career, she has been a certified Utah crisis worker and has worked as a community crisis interventionist and field trainer for a mobile crisis outreach team (MCOT). Tia has spent several years in regional emergency departments, leading patient crisis intervention efforts and directly supporting medical providers. She has 22+ years of experience working with a variety of populations and social systems including international service-learning, forensics, individuals with disabilities, severe and chronic mental illness, geriatrics, child welfare, juvenile justice, and schools. Additionally, she is a passionate educator and has been an adjunct instructor for several years at two local universities.
Tia is also the owner of The Wellness & Empowerment Center (The WEC) in Orem, UT. The WEC specializes in serving public safety professionals and their families. Tia concentrates her efforts on trauma-focused therapeutic interventions such as Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), to help empower individuals' natural healing abilities.
She also collaborates with gifted public safety professionals on the board of the Public Safety Wellness & Empowerment Foundation as well as united activities with the Non-Profits Operation Overwatch and Springville First Responder Foundation.