I could visibly see how the firefighters related to you.

This was absolutely eye opening and beyond informational. You guys did a fabulous job, and as part of the HR team for my Township, I could visibly see how the firefighters related to you. Thank you for your wonderful presentation and for really giving insight into the first response profession. You have definitely started meaningful conversations and have no doubt saved lives!!

Megan Burke, Benefits Coordinator

Invaluable to Parents of Future Officers

Gentlemen ~  I would like to thank you for putting together the session last evening.  It was very informative and, I believe, invaluable to us as parents of future officers.  You all did a fantastic job of painting a picture of what to expect and, also, what to be on the lookout for.  I appreciate your candor in opening up your personal experiences to strangers.  While that is always a difficult thing to do, I feel it was invaluable in this instance.  I’m pleased to know that changes are taking place and progress is being made in recognizing that mental stability and well-being can be affected. But that it can be dealt with, does not have to initiate a stigma that damages a person’s career.

Pam DeJong, Mother of a Police Officer

Your message on public safety is a unique one

The material and message you presented at the MCCJC was one of my favorites… your message on public safety is a unique one and much needed in the police population. I feel you are on to something very needed and relevant!! God bless all your efforts!

Dawn Warfield, Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor/Ordained Chaplain

Your tips and tricks for relationship strengthening are spot on

I attended your workshop last night and I didn’t get a chance to thank you for sharing your vulnerability with us. It provided an extra component to the training that is invaluable. I came as a support person for my husband. I am not a first responder. I have been a medical oncology nurse and a sexual assault nurse examiner for 11 years and just recently within the past year started staffing the child abuse clinic at Bronson. My exposure to trauma is different than that of EMS, Law Enforcement, Firefighter. Even so, I have noticed some of the coping mechanisms and personality traits that you discussed surface throughout my own career. Your tips and tricks for relationship strengthening for those unable to make decisions and those drained of emotion are spot on. I found it VERY helpful for my personal use and for application when being a supportive wife. Thanks again. Keep up the good work!

Sherri Khillah, Nurse and Responder Wife

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