On this episode, David speaks with Kelly Lynch, owner of Turning Point Wellness, LLC about how first responders can practice consistent self-care, recognize compassion fatigue, make space for grief and find work-home balance.
In this episode, we’ll be speaking with Captain Jacques Roy, of the Stamford CT Fire Department, and Dawn Roy, LCSW about Trauma in the Fire Service, Peer Support, Mental Health, and the birth of the Fairfield County Trauma Response Team.
In this episode, Bonnie, Stacy, and David speak about suicide within the emergency services community
Peer support uses the power of conversation to help responders find relief with job and personal stress. In this episode, Bonnie and David speak with Lt. Ted Stanek, director of Stamford, CT Fire Department's Peer Support Team.
Police Officer Peter Elste is a resilient leader and role model for responders in his department and beyond.
🐕 Paramedic/Paramedic educator Gregory Shovak joins us to talk about the Connecticut service dog training program Mutts Mending Mankind.
Short, high-energy clip with the "Bosch effect" on emergency scenes and apparatus. Firefighters, paramedics, EMTs, police officers, we invite you to watch Responder Resilience where we focus on responder health and wellness, especially mental health.
Pat Wills' newly published book, The Reality of PTSD When Children Die, chronicles a tragic and preventable fire that claimed the lives of three young sisters sleeping in an illegally converted garage residence, and Patrick's personal struggles, tragedy, and how he made it back to the real world.
In this episode, New Canaan Police Fitness Coordinator Rex Sprosta talks with Bonnie and David about fitness for responders.
Former London Fire Brigade Firefighter Dave Pamah will be speaking about his life journey through dyslexia, major illness, traumatic calls, and cancer.
In this episode, Kelly Lynch, EMT, LCSW, CPT, PN-1 of Turning Point Wellness, LLC will share best nutrition practices for optimal health and resilience as a first responder.
The life mission of "Patient" Lee Tomlinson (survivor of head and neck cancer) is to inspire healthcare professionals to return compassionate care to its rightful place — to benefit providers, patients, their families who are often suffering, and “burned-out”.
First responders are exposed to many toxins and carcinogens and have significantly higher rates of cancer than the general public. Robert L. Bard, MD, is a NYC Diagnostic imaging specialist & expert in cancer scanning (“the cancer detective”) .
Our guest, Charmaine Hammond of Raise a Dream Training & Consulting Inc. has been a crisis response worker, correctional officer, family mediator, and social worker.
Award-winning paramedic and educator Nick Paproski, LP, EMS-I, DICO-C, talks with David about that vital and elusive commodity: SLEEP.
Bonnie speaks with guest Rex Sprosta, Peer Support Coordinator of the New Canaan Police Department.
First responder mental health experts Dr. Stacy Raymond and Bonnie C. Rumilly, LCSW, EMT-B will be talking about overcoming stigmas of getting help.
First Responder therapists Dr. Stacy Raymond and Bonnie Rumilly, LCSW will be talking all about EMDR, a powerfully effective way to take the charge out of stressful memories and reprocess them.