It’s a Really Bad Day… Methods for Conflict Management, Personal Stress Busters and “Rescuing the Rescuer” for Officers
Date(s) - 06/14/2016
Daytona State College
This class is designed to heighten awareness and provide viable coping skills surrounding the psychological, physical, and behavioral effects from stress for law enforcement personnel. Law enforcement suicide prevention and intervention will be covered in this class. Without healthy resolution, the work environment can be affected, low morale and poor productivity can also occur. Following the completion of this class, law enforcement personnel will potentially acquire: new insight into the origins of anxiety and stress, evaluate healthy versus unhealthy coping patterns to such a process, consider how “core beliefs” affect those whom may experience such negative effects from stress, acquire a comprehensive model for law enforcement suicide prevention and intervention, and leave with tools to potentially mitigate such effects.
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