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Wisdom Wednesday: Facing my Demons and Retirement - Microcast 24

Wisdom Wednesday: Facing my Demons and Retirement - Microcast 24

November 23, 2022

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!  

In this Microcast I finally share my not-so-happy retirement story, along with some of the things that I've learned in retrospect. And, how that experience, and its aftermath, has only reinforced my desire to help cops (and other first responders) have the tools and resources available to them to help navigate the ups and downs they will face throughout their career, and to retire healthfully - both physically & mentally. Because, if done correctly, the end of a law enforcement career can be the beginning of a new life journey, one I like to call "The Second Mountain".  

Peace, Love & Strength -

Wendy

Episode #36: A Conversation with Scott Medlin - Changing the Narrative for Law Enforcement Well Being

Episode #36: A Conversation with Scott Medlin - Changing the Narrative for Law Enforcement Well Being

November 17, 2022

Welcome to Episode 36 of the Guns and Yoga Podcast.  Today I share a conversation I had with Scott Medlin, a US Marine veteran and law enforcement veteran.  Scott discusses his difficult decision to leave full time law enforcement in 2020 to save his family.  His overidentification with the job led him to work part time jobs when he didn’t even need the cash. It was at that time, Scott began his journey to inspire and encourage police officers to focus on their personal wellbeing in order to better survive the career and better serve the public.  Scott discusses his struggles with PTS, addiction, and depression and how an observation by his parents after returning from Iraq prompted him to get help.  He discusses NLP therapy which he credits as a big part in his healing. Scott is also a podcast host, author, speaker, and trainer, so check out the link in the shownotes for more information. 

I spoke with Scott a while back, and I am glad to finally be able to share it.  Full disclosure, between full time work obligations and family, and my coaching and retreat business, the podcast has had to take a back seat these past few months, which has been tough.  I recently read something that really hit home – You can do anything, but you cant’ do everything.  Ok, Universe.  I hear you.  I have a passion which I realize is my purpose, or as the yogis call it – Dharma, and it’s been the overarching theme in everything I do  - to serve others by sharing the tools of holistic wellness  -  the avenues in which that happens are varied – my FT work as a wellness coordinator, a health coach, yoga instructor, podcast host, content creator, and speaker.  I am working to streamline my side-hustles, but this podcast isn’t going anywhere - because serving the first responders is where my heart lies.  In fact, I am more convinced than ever that a framework of support, connection, resources, and education is imperative in this culture.  This work can be tough at times, there are still many who don’t buy in, but I see evidence practically every day whether it’s people I know personally or through teaching, coaching, or podcasting that we are better together and that it’s never too late.  We have some great ideas brewing so stay tuned for more.

I hope you enjoy this conversation with Scott.  He has so much to offer.  He writes and teaches about topics such as getting through the police Academy, a holistic approach to well-being, mental health, the warrior socialization of police officers, team work, and more.

LINKS:

Scott Medlin | LinkedIn

Podcast – Scott Medlin (thescottmedlin.com)

Amazon: Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

Episode #35: A Conversation with Amanda Dozanti – First Responder Wellness Coach

Episode #35: A Conversation with Amanda Dozanti – First Responder Wellness Coach

October 6, 2022

Welcome to Episode #35 of the Guns and Yoga Podcast my name is Wendy Hummell.  In today’s episode you will hear my conversation with Amanda Dozanti, a former Deputy Sheriff turned first responder wellness coach and specialist.  Amanda actively works towards giving first responders a way to manage chronic stress and mitigate the effects of working in a trauma-rich environment.

Amanda shares her personal story of burnout and PTS which ultimately lead her to leave the job the same year she was named Officer of the Year. She is a certified yoga instructor and wellness coach helping individuals and agencies beat burnout.   So much of what Amanda discussed really hit home for me.  Until recently, I hadn’t really talked much about the end of my career because it was too hard.  Over these past few years I have done some deep work, and I have found the more I discuss it, the more I accept it, and the more I speak with others willing to be brave and share their stories, the easier it has become to share mine.

In fact, when Amanda was describing her exit from law enforcement and she said “It was either me or the job and I chose me” I felt a flash of déjà vu.  I was also named Officer of the Year in 2018, the same year I decided to end my career.

This realization reinforced the importance of sharing our stories.  Amanda and I have very different stories, we live in different states, come from 2 different generations…but the common thread of our emotions, experiences, and feelings are the same. 

Lately, a lot of my personal work has to do more with the end of my career and how the grief of retirement impacted me; I became interested in first responder wellness years prior to my retirement, but the organizational betrayal, moral injury, and lack of agency I had over my situation, is what led to what I call my demise, but what has subsequently inspired my path to wellbeing and wanting to support others in the retirement stage; whether that be years prior, during or after pulling the plug.

 I am in the process of creating  program for the soon to be or retired responder.  I have seen firsthand the power of healing in a group setting in my year long Radical Resilience coaching program, and I am excited to announce my next offering soon.  I will put a link in the show notes for our Missouri First Responder listeners.  I am working with the team at Pause First to put on FREE overnight retirement seminar in Branson Missouri this December.  It will open up at the end of October to other states for those interested .  What is unique about this event is that it is also open to significant others.

One of the intentions of this show is to share resources and programs for support, and first responder wellness coaching has been surfacing in recent years, but what do we really know about it.  Just like everything else I do, prior to becoming a first responder coach myself, I became curious.  What does a coach do? What’s the difference between a coach and a therapist?  Do first responders really hire coaches?

Amanda and I cover this topic at length, and what you will learn is that each coach, just like choosing a therapist or  a personal trainer has their own unique set of backgrounds, qualifications, and life experiences, and its on you to make sure who you hire is a good fit for you.  This is why I like to speak with, promote, and collaborate with other first responder coaches like Amanda who are doing amazing work and are truly in to help first responders.  

Amanda integrates her knowledge of neuroscience, yoga, trauma, and more into her framework.  She offers affirmations, daily micro-challenges, a workbook, and meditation as resources to her clients.  Amanda does frequent videos on TIK TOK that I find both impressive and entertaining.  She balances important content with humor and knows how to attract her tribe. 

Amanda is an agency trainer, coach, yoga instructor, mom, and wife.  She is dedicated to supporting first responders through her one on one coaching program, her app, agency trainings, and soon she will be launching a new app. 

I hope you enjoy the show and check out the show notes for ways to find Amanda and the resources mentioned in this podcast.

LINKS:

https://lifesaverwellness.com/about/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-dyer-dozanti-ma/

https://www.tiktok.com/@akdozanti

Books mentioned on this podcast:

Yamas and the Niyamas: https://www.amazon.com/Yamas-Niyamas-Exploring-Ethical-Practice/dp/0974470643

Atomic Habits:  https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299

FREE RETIREMENT SEMINAR: First Responder Retirement Workshop

Episode #34: Dr. Colby Mills discusses the National Wellness Survey

Episode #34: Dr. Colby Mills discusses the National Wellness Survey

September 20, 2022

Today’s show will be of special interest for those agency decision makers and leaders, politicians, or anyone interested in research to support wellness programming.  Dr. Colby Mills is a Clinical and Police Psychologist who works at Forge VFR in Virginia.  He has extensive experience working with veterans and first responders.  Colby reached out and told me how he and his colleagues created a national survey in conjunction with the US Marshalls in which approximately nearly 9,000 respondents from all first responder agencies, local state and federal, participated.  This survey asks questions about suicidal ideations, PTSD, and depression.  They also looked at common stressors and identified those that had the most impact.  I don’t want to give too much away, but the preliminary results are consistent with other research studies I am familiar with in that the more damaging stressors were found to be from within the organization, morale, being overworked, and lack of closure on critical incidents. 

The way I see it, these survey results serve as an incredible opportunity for commanders, politicians, and decision makers to understand, educate, and inform themselves on how first responders are impacted by the organizational culture.  Of course, we can’t always help overtime and investigations, BUT adopting a conscious leadership approach when it comes to understanding and addressing the stressors known to impact the troops the most will prove to not only support those struggling, but potentially prevent or diminish the blow, and who knows maybe improve retention and morale along the way.

Conscious leaders are open, curious, and committed to learning, not attached to the “that’s the way we’ve always done it” mentality. 

This survey provides those conscious leaders to be “armed with the facts” to inform future programming and implement resources at their agency that are trusted, effective, and accessible.

Colby discusses some of the findings which confirm many still suffer in silence;  20% reported clinical levels of anxiety, but 74% of those people have never been formally diagnosed by a professional; the results show similar numbers for depression and PTSD.

3% of officers surveyed reported having active thoughts of suicide.

The reasons cited for not seeking help are confidentiality concerns, stigma, and lack of access to resources.

We cover a lot of ground in this conversation  - sleep, mindfulness, meditation, and moral injury to name a few.  Moral injury has been coming up a lot lately in this show; in my most recent podcast with Michael Sugure, author of relentless courage, he recounts his story of how organizational betrayal led to his moral injury; a psychological injury that surfaces as a result of conflict between what your moral code says you should be doing and your actions, and in Michael’s case this injury was inflicted by his own agency. This is consistent with the survey results. 

After listening to this episode, I encourage you to check out the survey which will be released this fall and, share it with agency decision makers, politicians, or commanders.  This is the type of research we need to move forward to get the resources in place needed to support those on the front lines and to make lasting change on the first responder wellness front.

LINKS:

The National Wellness Survey - YouTube

Colby Mills | LinkedIn

Forge Health

 

Wise Warrior Wednesday - Microcast 23

Wise Warrior Wednesday - Microcast 23

August 11, 2022

 

This week: How We Manage Our Energy

 

Episode #33: Relentless Courage with Michael Sugrue

Episode #33: Relentless Courage with Michael Sugrue

August 2, 2022

Michael Sugrue is an Air Force Veteran and medically retired Sergeant from the Walnut Creek PD in California.  He recently released a book, Relentless Courage – Winning the Battle Against Frontline Trauma, with whom he co-authored with Dr. Shauna Springer.  At the time of our conversation, His book has been on the #1 bestseller list since its release five weeks in a row.  Michael discusses how he had no desire to write a book, but a phone call from his co-author, led to the release of a story that absolutely needed to be told.

I have read countless books on the topic of front line trauma, but this one is unique.  Without giving too much away, the book alternates between Michael’s voice and Doc Springer’s analysis as she unpacks what was going on in Michael’s mind.  Her explanations are easy to understand and help to normalize Michael’s behaviors, emotions, and actions.  The big take away… first responders need safe places where they can address their trauma so healing can happen.

Michael is an advocate for awareness, prevention, education, and training on PTSI and First Responder Suicide Prevention.  He is a peer volunteer at the WCPR and an Ambassador for the Save a Warrior program and discusses both of these programs in our conversation. 

Michael talks about a fatal shooting he was involved in shortly after promoting to Sergeant.  He discussed the duality of the instant change in his personality and the more gradual onset of symptoms.  Michael discusses feeling detached and emotionally number immediately following the shooting, and how he slowly became less sympathetic and empathic towards others.

Michael discusses how he suffered in silence for four years…divorce, health issues, a federal lawsuit, grieving his father’s death, and his friends suicide attempt, which he credits to saving his life and what propelled his path to healing.

Some of the highlights of our discussion include:

  • Michaels healing path.  West Coast Post Trauma Retreat (WCPR), Save a Warrior, therapy, prescription medication, support group meetings, and a medical procedure called Stellate Ganglion Block or SGB.
  • Agency betrayal and Moral Injury.  This is a big piece of his book and Michael says that often times this is what puts people over the edge, and in his case, he attributes moral injury and the treatment by his agency to his change in personality.  In the book Michael recounts the countless ways in which his fatal shooting, while his defining incident, was compounded by media accounts, court proceedings, lack of a structure in which OIS were handled internally, and isolation. 
  • Stigma.  Michael suggests the only way to overcome stigma is continuing to talk about it and we need to have the courage and strength to have these vulnerable conversations. 
  • Try new things.  Michael says, be willing to try new things.  EMDR didn’t work for him, but he knows its worked wonders for others. 
  • Retirement.  Michael says it is possible to retire health from a full first responder career and discussing the human side of what we go through our career is a crucial piece of the puzzle.

Michael reminds us that healing is a life long journey; this is a reality, and not intended to discourage.  We all fall back; we can all get triggered, but when we do, there is support.

LINKS:

Save a Warrior Program:  https://saveawarrior.org/

West Coast Post Trauma Retreat:  https://www.frsn.org/west-coast-post-trauma-retreat.html

60 Minutes Rewind SGB:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nC2fBe6U7lg

Relentless Courage Book Link:

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https://www.amazon.com/RELENTLESS-COURAGE-Winning-Against-Frontline/dp/1736824414

 

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Episode #32: No Price for Peace – Christopher Davis

Episode #32: No Price for Peace – Christopher Davis

July 19, 2022

Christopher Davis is a retired Assistant Chief from the Fayetteville NC PD and served as an Officer in the Army.  He served in Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield.  He is an adjunct professor and a trained yoga instructor who through his business, YOGA911, teaches the tools of yoga and mindfulness to first responders

I had the opportunity to meet Chris earlier this year at the National FOP Wellness Conference and we instantly clicked.  He is the prime example of why the the tools of yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are a perfect fit for the manliest of cops. Chris openly discusses how yoga played a part during one of the lowest parts of his life where he contemplated suicide. 

We discuss how the an invite to a yoga challenge by a co-worker sparked his love for the practice.  There is no “right way” to healing and wellness.  Chris shares how he navigated this difficult time through  yoga, EMDR, peer support, rx, and intentional positive stressors.

Chris tells us about his first experience with EMDR therapy and how the incident that was most bothersome to him had nothing to do with a recent shooting he had been involved with, but organizational stress.  This is a topic I covered previously in an episode with Dr. Stephanie Conn.

The last few minutes of our episode had some technical difficulties, so it is unable to be aired.  CHirs and I wrap up our conversation with him sharing all the ways you can reach him which are included in the show notes.

You can find Chris at:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopher-davis-2837942b/

https://guidingwellness.com/yoga-911-training/

Episode #31: Bridging the Gap – Sheila Schmid teaches first responders and others the tools of yoga.

Episode #31: Bridging the Gap – Sheila Schmid teaches first responders and others the tools of yoga.

July 19, 2022

Welcome to the Guns and Yoga Podcast, my name is Wendy Hummell.  It has been a little while since I released an episode, so to make up for lost time, today I am releasing two.  Full disclosure, my schedule these past few months has been eventful, and as much as I love the podcast, it had to take a back burner temporarily.  This podcast is a passion of mine.  It is important to me to provide value through conversations with interesting people in the field of first responder wellness, and I take pride in the quality of what I share.  I have a process when I put out a show.  I always listen back to the interview then create an intro that blends highlights from the episode with what is on my heart, sometimes integrating resources from yoga or stoic philosophy, behavioral science, or what I feel could be most useful.  As I navigate balancing my perfectionist tendencies with “good enough” I still strive to figure it all out.

Today’s episodes are with fellow yogis; one a mental health professional and the other a retired cop, but both are committed to bringing the tools of yoga and mindfulness to first responders.

Sheila Schmid has been teaching and practicing yoga for 30 years in corporate settings, private lessons, and in a studio setting.  Not only is Shelia an experienced yoga teacher, she has over 15 years of professional counseling experience working in mental health centers, jails, schools, and private practice. 

Sheila works with first responder agencies to implement the tools of yoga and mindfulness and owns 2 busniesses, Tactical Yoga Training and Inside Job Yoga.

During our conversation, Sheila brings up how some she knows from the yoga community who are not first responders question her affiliation with first responders and disapprove of the fact she learned to shoot a gun.  Sheila is further bridging the gap as she educates this community about the work she does and the application of yoga into learning to shoot.  This is more important than ever as we are living in a time where our nation is divided on so many issues.  We need more people willing to educate and inform in hopes of less dissension and more harmony.

I really enjoyed talking to Sheila because although the tools of mindfulness, yoga, and meditation are becoming more mainstream and are seen more in the first responder arena, as I was recently reminded by a colleague, we are still the unicorns.   There are more of us now and the abundance of research, science, and evidence to support these ancient practices definitely helps. 

LINKS:

https://insidejobyoga.com/sheila

Episode #30: Managing Anger by Helping Keep Good People Good with Jack Harris

Episode #30: Managing Anger by Helping Keep Good People Good with Jack Harris

May 31, 2022

Welcome to the Guns and Yoga Podcast My name is Wendy Hummell.  Today you will hear a conversation I had with Jack Harris, retired LEO, licensed counselor, trained mediator, and professional trainer.  Jack retired from the Tuscon Police Dept. in 1994 at the rank of Captain.  I first met Jack at the COPS conference in Oklahoma City last fall.  I attended one of his sessions on retirement,  but was unable to sit in on his class on Anger.  Several of my co-workers attended and said it was a great class, so I reached out to Jack and invited him on the show.  Jack is a subject matter expert and teaches a class Helping Keep Good People Good. 

LINKS:

You can learn more at https://jackharris.org/

And, as always, if you find value in this episode, make sure to share it, give us a review, and if you’d like to be notified of future episodes you can subscribe on our Podbean website or email us at wendy@bluelineyoga.com.

Also, be sure to check out WendyHummell.com to learn more about me, my Radical Resilience Program and my free webinars & yoga videos.

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....and thanks to everyone for your continued support as we recently passed the 50 episode mark (regular episodes & microcasts)!!!

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Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 22

Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 22

May 10, 2022

Tactical Tip Tuesday is a weekly microcast where we will share a tip, tool, or dose of inspiration for the week ahead.

 

This week: Box Breathing, Airplanes & Tornados

 

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Episode #29: A Conversation with Sherri Martin, National FOP Director of Wellness

Episode #29: A Conversation with Sherri Martin, National FOP Director of Wellness

April 16, 2022

Welcome to Episode #29 of the Guns and Yoga Podcast.  Today I am speaking with Sherri Martin, National FOP Wellness Coordinator.  

I was fortunate enough to meet Sherri in 2020 after our agency was matched with her, and two other Subject Matter Experts, from the Nashville Police Dept. as we launched our peer support and wellness program after applying to the CRITAC program through the COPS office.  CRITAC stands for:  Collaborative Reform Initiative Technical Assistance Center.  Sherri’s background as a law enforcement veteran and clinician were extremely valuable as we moved forward with our program.  She shared insight, guidance, and some of the initiative the FOP and COPS offices were working on such as the Vetting Guide, which helped tremendously. We will talk more about this during the show.

The day I spoke with Sherri, March 8 of this year, was coincidentally International Women's Days; a day that celebrates women’s achievements and a reminder that progress still needs to be made.  Sherri and I cover a lot of territory, we start with her LE career in Charleson SC and Enfield Ct and how she ultimately landed in her current position as Director of Wellness Services with the FOP.

Besides our shared passion for law enforcement wellness, Sherri and I have a few other things in common; we talk about falling in love, relocating cross county, starting over in our careers, and what its like to work in a male dominated profession.  The percentage of women in LE isn’t much different then it was 25 years ago, only 12-14% of LEO's are women.  This is why it’s so important for women to support other women.

We discuss the National FOP’s third wellness conference that was held this past January in Nashville that I was fortunate enough to attend along with several others from my agency.  We cover highlights from Nashville, and what’s on the horizon for the FOP.  Sherri is a trailblazer in her field and I am so grateful to have met her.  I had a lot of fun talking to her, it was like chatting with an old friend. 

LINKS: FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE - Officer Wellness

And, as always, if you find value in this episode, make sure to share it, give us a review, and if you’d like to be notified of future episodes you can subscribe on our Podbean website or email us at wendy@bluelineyoga.com.

Also, be sure to check out WendyHummell.com to learn more about me, my Radical Resilience Program and my free webinars & yoga videos.

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Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 21

Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 21

March 15, 2022

Tactical Tip Tuesday is a weekly microcast where we will share a tip, tool, or dose of inspiration for the week ahead.

 

This week: My Mentor 

 

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Episode #28: The Next Chapter - with retired States Attorney and Yogi, Patricia Froehlich.

Episode #28: The Next Chapter - with retired States Attorney and Yogi, Patricia Froehlich.

March 2, 2022

Welcome to Episode #28 of the Guns and Yoga Podcast.  Today I am speaking with retired States Attorney Trish Froehlich.   

I met Trish and her husband this summer at a yoga training in Wichita.  We instantly connected and I knew I wanted to have her on the show.  First Responder wellness must include our colleagues in the Prosecutors Office; and not just the prosecutors but court clerks, evidence clerks, and those who work with the victims and witnesses.  Trish talks about her career as a prosecutor, her exposure to secondary trauma, and what retirement has been like.

Trish has been practicing yoga since 2008 and discusses how it helped her regulate her nervous system throughout her career.  She became a certified yoga teacher after she retired and shares with us how her husband, a retired cop, decided to join her during her teacher training.   

Not only are they living their best life in retirement, practicing and teaching yoga, but they get to share it with each other. 

We discuss how nervous system activation impacts health, weight, and mental well-being.  She originally started practicing yoga as a means to control her asthma symptoms, and is now committed to teaching others of its life changing benefits. 

If you are interested in trying yoga, regardless of whether you are brand new or have been practicing for years, I invite you to my new YouTube channel where you can access and try my yoga videos for free. I also post these videos on my main website -  WendyHummell.com.  

Additionally, I am currently enrolling for my April 2022 cohort of Radical Resilience. Radical Resilience is a transformative lifestyle coaching program based on holistic habits, circadian science, and dynamic group support.  If you are looking to make a change in your life, shoot me an email to schedule a free strategy session where we can discuss whether this program might be a good fit for you. 

And, as always, if you find value in this episode, make sure to share it, give us a review, and if you’d like to be notified of future episodes you can subscribe on our Podbean website or email us at wendy@bluelineyoga.com.

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Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 20

Tactical Tip Tuesday - Microcast 20

February 15, 2022

Tactical Tip Tuesday is a weekly microcast where we will share a tip, tool, or dose of inspiration for the week ahead.

 

This week: Self Sabotage 

 

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Episode #27: Matt Domyancic - The Tactical Chaplain

Episode #27: Matt Domyancic - The Tactical Chaplain

February 1, 2022

In today’s episode I speak with Matt Domyancic. Matt volunteers as a chaplain and peer support for police agencies in Los Angeles. He also is a volunteer for nonprofits that support police officers in crisis, as well as those that are injured and disabled. Matt believes all first responders can have careers that provide deeper meaning and add richness to their spiritual lives if approached in the right manner.

Matt is a medically retired police officer that worked patrol, Peer Support, SWAT, and as a full-time police academy instructor. Matt was the Wellness Coordinator for his agency integrating sports nutrition, strength, and conditioning, stress management, combatives-and-scenario training regarding officers as tactical athletes. He also was concurrently a collegiate strength coach at Yale and Georgetown Universities while a full-time police officer. Later he was a strength coach and mental skills trainer for NFL combine athletes. At Yale, he volunteered for Athletes in Action and at Georgetown, he created an ecumenical ministry Hoyas for Christ. Matt also has been a volunteer with Hockey Ministries International summer camps. 

Matt’s niche is spending time in the trenches with first responders and veterans establishing trust and rapport. He does weekly ride alongs and station visits, observes and participates in any training that he is invited to, and goes shooting with veterans transitioning out of the military. His approach is not the traditional reacting to crisis or responding to requests, rather he pro-activity spends time with those he cares about while they are on the job. Matt’s priority is encouraging better overall wellness, life balance, mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual self-care BEFORE officers or firefighters experience a breakdown or a crisis. However, Matt is also well versed in response to critical incidents as well as spending time with first responders at treatment facilities for PTSD and substance abuse issues.

LINK:

Tactical Chaplain

 

And please, if you find value in this episode, make sure to share it, give us a review, and if you’d like to be notified of future episodes you can subscribe on our Podbean website or email us at wendy@bluelineyoga.com.

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