Law officers resistant to seek emotional help in spite of high stress and dangerous job
DENVER -- It is one of the most stressful jobs in America. Round-the-clock shifts, high divorce rate and it can be very dangerous. When a fellow police officer is killed, the trauma resonates like a shock wave to those men and women who wear the badge. Dr. Susan Heitler is a clinical psychologist in Denver and has treated many men and women in law enforcement who have felt the pain of losing one of their own.