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First to Respond, Last to Seek Help

About the Course

First Responders are regularly exposed to acute trauma that can lead to physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion of the body and mind. In response to the high intensity of your career, the accumulation of traumatic stress injuries, concentration, judgment, sleep, and even relationships are negatively affected. Over time, many develop an unhealthy reliance on alcohol or other substances to cope, while also experiencing mental health issues like post-traumatic stress injuries (PTSI), depression, and anxiety.

Training Objectives

Learn the importance of prevention and resiliency from the beginning of a career
Causes, signs, and symptoms of post-traumatic stress injuries
How PSTI affects first responders and their families
Explore what can be done to heal, prevent further damage, and create a new “Brain Health” culture

* Certifications for courses (POST, ICEMA, EMSA, BRN, CEU) vary depending on course content, location of the training, and length of the course. Our team will provide specific certifications that are available upon request or at time of scheduling. 

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