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First Responder Training for the Prevention of PTSD

The Code 9 Project is coming to the Criminal Justice Institute to present First Responder Training for the Prevention of PTSD. This unique workshop provides training for both First Responders and their families.

First Responder Training
March 6-7, 2019 • 9AM to 5PM

This is a two-day intensive course that provides stress education and management tools to combat personal and professional stress and health issues such as PTSD caused by cumulative stress. This workshop will explore topics such as Stress, Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Anxiety, Anger and Fear. Tools to help overcome and cope with symptoms such as Anchors, Language Tools and Introduction to Self Care will be introduced and discussed.  

Family Workshop
March 8, 2019 • 9AM to 5PM

This workshop is designed to help families support their First Responder and learn how to understand and effectively reduce and overcome the stress of being in a First Responder Family.

See this flyer for complete details.

To register, contact Dennis Ball at 501-570-8033. You can also register online.

The mission of the Code 9 Project is to provide education, support and viable self-help tools to all Public Safety Personnel and their families for the purpose of managing and reducing the compressive stress effects, such as PTSD and suicide.
Visit their website for more information.