Wellness for Officer

The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma

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Survivor Recommended –  For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.

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Officer Health and Wellness

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Explore the collection of IACP resources that support the safety, health, and wellness of every officer, and use these resources when developing comprehensive officer safety and wellness strategies.

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Tactical Nutrition for First Responders

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Janine Henkel is a former first responder. This blog, written “from the heart” by Janine, is for anyone on today’s front lines, including those working in healthcare and essential services through these challenging times.

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The Science of sleep

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Dr Stephen James, from WSU School of Nursing and the Sleep and Performance Research Center, has some vital information about the impact of shift work on law enforcement officers. Sleep deprivation is a health concern and it can influence everything…

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Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE): A revolutionary new method for stress/trauma recovery

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This book explains many aspects of the trauma recovery process in uncomplicated language and uses basic concepts for the non-professional. It includes the ground-breaking, Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE). These exercises elicit mild psychogenic tremors that release deep chronic tension in…

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WA DOH Provider Credential Search

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Can use to self-verify a provider’s background and see if there are any complaints against the provider and if they are founded.

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FBINAA Officer Resiliency, Safety & Wellness Video Series

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The monthly Officer Resiliency, Safety & Wellness Video Series examines and discusses critical topics focused on enhancing and improving the lives and careers of the first responders who serve our communities.

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Building a Successful Officer Wellness Program

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Written by Rodney W. Rego, M.S. for FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

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Here for You Blue

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Moved to a group format. $28/month with a minimum of 3 people. 100% confidential.  

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International Critical Incident Stress Foundation – ICISF

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Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a method of helping first responders and others who have been involved in critical incidents that leave them emotionally and/or physically affected by those incidents.  CISM is a process that enables peers to help…

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