The Resiliency Coaching ProgramThink of it as emotional armor
PTSD is an injury that can now heal just as quickly as it happens. Our approach works. We are seeing results daily among veterans, first responders, and other trauma survivors moving them from Post Traumatic Stress to Post Traumatic Strength.
PTSD Affects Millions of Americans
Give your peer support/CISM/Crisis Intervention teams a superpower!
The first responders of today are experiencing unprecedented attacks on their profession, their safety, and their lives in a way we haven’t seen since the 1960s. Let us give them every tool possible to overcome trauma, negative emotions and improve their emotional health. They can be their own solution with Tactical Resiliency.
It was interesting being the client and not the therapist for a change. When Dan ran me through Emotions Management Process (EMP), it released emotions I didn’t know were there. As I was responding to work calls, checking emails, and sitting in zoom meetings, I reflexively wanted to be angry. Instead of accepting the thought that I should’ve been angry, my brain chose to be happy instead. Thanks, Dan I owe you….
Veterans with PTSD
Operation Iraqi Freedom & Enduring Freedom
About 11-20 out of every 100 Veterans who served in OIF or OEF have PTSD in a given year.
About 15 out of every 100 Vietnam Veterans were currently diagnosed with PTSD at the time of the most recent study in the late 1980s, the National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study (NVVRS). It is estimated that about 30 out of every 100 (or 30%) of Vietnam Veterans have had PTSD in their lifetime.
About 12 out of every 100 Gulf War Veterans have PTSD in a given year.
No Stress, Non-Invasive Approach
People are Recovering Without Reliving or Re-telling their Traumatic events
New research shows just how wrong we’ve been about PTSD. It’s not psychological; it is neurological. PTSD is an injury that can now heal just as quickly as it is began.
First Responders are Embracing a new Front-Line tool
I’ve been a Deputy Sheriff for 23 years. During that time I’ve experienced traumas in the field and had to deal with negative emotions like survivor’s guilt. I also have battled with depression and a lot of negative self-talk.
During part of the training, I took part in the process as the recipient of the (TR-P) coaching. In the days after the training, I have noticed that my sleep cycles leave me more rested and my mind doesn’t seem to race at night like it used to.
I also benefited from the Emotions Management Process (EMP). I was able to make the connections to the present day from my childhood and clear the stigma that I wasn’t able to before.
First Responders & Trauma
We lose more first responders to suicide than to line of duty deaths each year. If there is even a remote possibility to prevent this, isn’t it worth exploring?
The 3-day training will teach a front-line tool to eliminate trauma responses and the negative emotions that often accompany the profession.
We have and will continue to train men and women in the active-duty military, first responders, emergency medical personnel, National Guard units, military reserves, veterans, and medical personnel.
Licensed Counselors are also embracing new treatments because it’s the right thing to do. Especially when they make it about their clients, and minimizing burnout from hearing the graphic details of trauma.
We’re seeing Amazing results
- The average PSSI-5 score (PTSD) for this one-hundred (100) case studies before TR-P was 54.33
- The Average PSSI-5 score after TR-P for the same one-hundred (100) cases is 2.12
We offer a hybrid training that includes a self-paced online with 2 days zoom practicals. The sessions include live video support and required course materials. See the dates and registration form below. Seats are limited per session and fill up quickly. Register early to guarantee availability for yourself or your team.
additional Registration details
If your team requests an in-person training and a supervision approach with a Licensed Mental Health Counselor we offer a program for $250 each to train the peer team members and an ongoing coaching program of the team with updated training for $100/month per-peer member for active first responders. The Licensed Counselor will be available for agency members and their families outside of the scope of duties for the peer team member. The counselor can get registered as an EAP provider with your agency.
For Licensed Counselors/Life Coaches/trauma coaches
Total Cost for a training package (TR-P/EMP)
First Responder Agencies
$1,495 is the agency cost for first responders as long as they perform their official capacity duties. Training includes both processes, TR-P/EMP.
Licensed Supervision of a peer team is available on a contract basis—a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with 22Zero for $100/month for continuous support and training. The initial training cost of the supervised model is only $250 with the contract.
For Master Resiliency Trainers, Chaplains & Chaplain’s Assistants
$1,495 for performing their duties in the official capacity for both processes. We will negotiate group rates for groups larger than 10.
$1,495 to learn EMP and TR-P.
If your nonprofit works with veterans, military, or first responders with no costs, your price will be reduced by $200 per person. Group discounts are also available.
TR-P/EMP Training Dates for 2021
When registering, select the training dates of your preference.
Self-paced work required before Zoom training from February 2021 thru December 2021
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