There is a lot of talk about resilience in the First Responder Community these days, but what happens before you become resilient? How can we create a mindset that helps us navigate through the difficulties we face as First Responders?
Please join me in a 2-hour workshop where we will discuss best practices for emotional fortitude. We will dig into how we can develop them, and more importantly how to maintain them. The National First Responders Fund is sponsoring the funding for this course. Space is limited so make sure to reserve your space today.
I facilitate workshops for both corporate clients and first responders on topics around resiliency, presence, leadership, and wellbeing. My signature workshop is Mission Focused Teams, approaching work-life balance from the perspective of resilience training of first responders. I bring my years of experience in the first responder world, to the corporate world, to explore with teams how we can look at work-life balance and wellbeing for leaders in the workplace. To inquire about booking one of my workshops, or to book me as a guest speaker at your event, send me an email in the form below and let's connect.
Samples of Previous Workshops
The Power of the Human Herd, California
First Responders Workshop
The Power of the Human Herd is a workshop with first responders on resilience, using horses. The workshop was centered around the concept that "you don't have to crash from PTSD before you take resiliency seriously." In this workshop, first responders interacted with horses through different activities, working with the horses to stress test their nervous system and see where their weak spots were. Connecting with the horses, and all their power and size is a great way to explore the physicality of resilience and gives a lot of information to explore. In the debrief, we explored with participants how they could form a "human her" and improve the way we navigate through difficult times together.
'This workshop showed me a way to embody leadership, and to own who I am on the scene of an emergency'