Developed with a grant from ICJIA, Saving Blue Lives is a two-day training focused on PTSD, suicide, resilience, and peer support. We have given these trainings to law enforcement across the country.
Protect 9-1-1 is a course specific to 9-1-1 telecommunicators that focuses on mental and physical health, with an emphasis on PTSD, resilience, and stress management. This training can be delivered in a one or two-day format pending the needs of your agency.
This course provides an overview of the concept of moral injury, discusses the prevalence and warning signs of moral injury in first responders, and presents short-term and long-term strategies that can be implemented to address symptoms of moral injury as a first responder.
We offer a three-day peer support course to help your team learn about the importance of peer support, program implementation, and skills in identification, intervention, and referral for those in crisis.
NG911 will present a number of unique challenges to 9-1-1 telecommunicators as they gain access to live video. This training discusses these challenges, how to bolster resilience during the transition, and how to respond to particularly distressing video calls.
This training lends from the scientific research on how to create a life that is values-driven with purpose, meaning, and an emphasis on the power of personal growth.
As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Lilly can provide strategies for managing stress that span changes in lifestyle, behavior, thinking, and outlook.
Trainings can be created specifically to meet the ever-changing needs of your organization. Trainings can be developed that vary in length and topics covered.
Cost for trainings varies based on the number of days, format (online versus in-person), and travel. Contact us for more information and a quote for training services.