Perform better. Feel better. Sleep better.

As a first responder, it’s not easy to leave your work at work.

The demands of your job can weigh on you without you realizing it. You’re tough. You’re resilient. And you’re damn good at what you do.

But your mind and body may be indicating it needs to release some residual stress and after effects.


  • Anxiety (feeling nervous, restless, or tense)
  • Inability to sit still
  • Difficulty calming the nervous system
  • Difficulty controlling worry and/or worries interfere with daily life
  • Easily startled or “on guard” all the time
  • Edginess and agitation
  • Excessive fear that something bad will happen
  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  • Memory isn’t as sharp as it used to be
  • Racing thoughts
  • Brain fog
  • Feeling disconnected from work and/or other people
  • Life feels dull unless on an adrenaline high
  • Loss of time
  • Lack of motivation
  • Loss of interest in things that used to bring joy
  • Feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, or burned out
  • Feeling disconnected, indifferent, numb, or out of touch with one’s emotions
  • Mood swings
  • Sudden changes in behavior
  • Withdrawal from activities and people
  • Increased heart rate
  • High blood pressure
  • Chest pain
  • Panic attacks
  • Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation)
  • Sweating
  • Trembling
  • Feeling weak, tired, or fatigued
  • Slowed response time
  • Muscle tension, aches, and/or pain in the knees, back, neck and/or shoulders
  • Headaches
  • Digestive issues
  • Difficulty sleeping / insomnia
  • Nightmares, flashbacks, or recurring thoughts about events

If you’re experiencing any of these, here’s what you need to know:

This. Is. Normal.

And You Are NOT Alone.

I cannot stress that enough.

Your body is not designed to endure what you do, day in and day out.

But you can learn how to let it go. For reals.

I’ve helped many people like you to release the stress / pain / angst trapped in your body.

By using Cognomovement techniques, you can experience relief quickly. And it can be fun!

Katie Wrigley with a big smile on her face and hands wide open showing she is having fun on the job with her Cognomovement clients.

Don’t take my word for it. Hear what clients have to say.

What is Cognomovement?

Cognomovement is a Cognitive Movement Exercise System that creates lasting change in the subconscious mind through a series of eye movements and body movements. It empowers first responders to release subconscious thoughts, memories, and stress that may be adversely affecting their nervous system, sleep patterns, mental sharpness, and performance.

*And by the way, Cognomovement is an HSA/FSA qualified expense.

Who This is For:

  • Police Officers
  • Fire Fighters
  • EMTs
  • 911 Dispatch Operators
  • Other fire, emergency, and medical personnel
  • Military Service Men and Women – Active Duty, Reserves, and Veterans
  • Staff and volunteers serving with disaster-relief organizations and crisis counseling
  • Clergy providing counsel and support to victims, family members, and any of the above personnel


Improve reflex speed, hand eye coordination, balance, strength, speed, and agility.

See a noticeable difference after one session of Cognomovement.

Consistent use allows you to reach peak performance mentally and physically.


Quickly regulate the nervous system and effectively release stress, anxiety, and overwhelm, so you can feel calm by day and sleep better at night.

Deepen relationships, enjoy your work, be there for your team, get more done, and feel like “you” again.

Relax when you’re off duty and be “on” when you need to be “on.”


Activate the body’s innate ability to heal and restore optimal performance.

Relieve knee, back, neck and shoulder pain, so you can act quickly when it matters most.

Increase energy levels, improve mood, and be at the top of your game again.

How Cognomovement is Reducing the Effects of Stress for Local Law Enforcement and First Responders in Westbrook, Maine:

Watch this short video to hear from a local Police Sergeant and Mental Health Liaison in Maine.

“If we’re able to weave this into the culture of law enforcement and first responders, this is something that once somebody has these tools, they can be using them on a day to day basis to help reduce the effects of stress and increase the quality of life.” – Jo Freedman, Mental Health Liaison, Westbrook Police Department – Westbrook, Maine

Have Questions? Call or Text Katie at 678-314-3194

The Results Speak for Themselves

Before Cognomovement:

  • Slowed response time
  • Inability to sit still
  • Stressed and overwhelmed
  • Racing thoughts, brain fog, difficulty with memory
  • Anxiety, panic attacks, high blood pressure, and/or chest pain
  • Difficulty sleeping, insomnia, nightmares, and/or flashbacks
  • Loss of motivation and feeling disconnected from others and their work
  • Pain in the knees, back, neck and shoulders

After Cognomovement:

  • Improved reflex speed, hand eye coordination, balance, strength, speed, and agility
  • Enhanced performance (mental, physical, and sexual)
  • Heightened focus, clarity of thought, and improved memory
  • Improved mood, feel like “you” again, and able to relax off duty
  • Sleeping well at night and free from recurring memories
  • Increased productivity, higher energy levels, more connected
  • Less pain or no pain, allowing greater mobility

Curious if Cognomovement is right for you? Talk with Katie!

Cognomovement is an HSA/FSA qualified expense.

Meet Katie: Cognomovement Practitioner. Transformational Coach. Podcast Host of The Pain Changer® Podcast. 

Hey there – I’m Katie Wrigley. I’m committed to helping people create lasting physical and emotional healing so you can enjoy your day-to-day life again.

In 2017, I hit rock bottom. I had spent eight years in chronic pain, over twenty years ignoring my needs and the signals my body was trying to tell me. I felt hopeless, irritated, frustrated, and anxious.

I had suffered from bulging discs, a fractured T10, a herniated disk in my neck, bone spurs, a fractured facet joint, arthritis, fibromyalgia, severe endometriosis and adenomyosis, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and more. I kept trying to numb the pain with substance abuse and other unhealthy methods. I had had multiple surgeries with a prognosis of several more in my future.

I knew there had to be a better way.

Traditional Medicine failed me.

In 2018 I fully embraced the desire to live a life free from pain and stress. From rock bottom, and still in excruciating amounts of pain, I started on a new path to healing myself, and the rewards were almost immediate.

They can be for you too.

TUNE INTO The Pain Changer® Podcast