They’ve confronted danger at all levels, working as police officers, firefighters and critical incident stress management experts. Today, this group of men and women keep saving lives through powerful trainings, education and research.
At the 2016 Public Safety Peer Support Association Conference, public safety professionals will have the opportunity to hear the intense yet critical messages of these speakers, at the Wellness on the Front Line Conference, on September 13-16, in San Diego, California.
Speakers will include:
- Lt. Colonel Kevin Gilmartin, Ph.D.
- Author, Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement
- Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, M.Ed.,
- Author, On Killing,
- Director of the Killogy Research Group
- Brendon McDonough, Hot Shot Firefighter – Arizona
- Nancy K. Bohl-Penrod, Ph.D and Deborah Silveria, Ph.D.
- Response to the San Bernardino County Terrorist Attack
- Sgt. Stephen Redfearn
- Speaker, The Aurora Police Department Theater Shooting
- Ken Middleton, Ph.D. (I.C.E.)
- Building Resiliency
“There isn’t a play book on how to create a peer support program”, says Curt Morrison, Captain, Orange County Fire Authority. “The amount of resources in this one conference will help all agencies develop or maintain their programs.”
For more information on conference agenda and registration, visit www.pspsa.org.