The American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies - Webinar
The Face of Stress in Emergency Services Settings: Friend or Foe? (MEMBERS ONLY)
Presented by Steve Breitbarth, M. DIV., LMFT, CISM
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- Identify and define sources of stress
- Examine the personal effects of stress
- Identify healthy ways of coping with stress
Stress is a normal internal pressure that people experience for many reasons. This presentation will help to Identify the many possible sources of stress serving in emergency services and healthy ways of handling that stress, which will reduce the potential physical and emotional effects of this stress.
Chaplain Steve Breitbarth, M. Div., LMFT, CISM, is a former Parish Pastor and has been a MN Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Grief Counselor for over 30 years, a Crisis/Emergency Chaplain for over 20 years with more than 1,000 hours of training, recently attaining Diplomate status with the International Conference of Police Chaplains along with being an ICPC Instructor and a Disaster Response Chaplain. He currently serves as a Chaplain to local Law Enforcement, Fire Departments and Ambulance/EMS Services. For over 20 years he has facilitated several CISM Defusings and Debriefings with Law Enforcement and Emergency Services. He currently is providing Emotional and Counseling Support for several Law Enforcement and EMS Agencies. He has 39 years' experience in working with local schools to address crisis issues along with bullying and sexual abuse issues. He offers Disaster and emotional consultant support to various LE and EMS agencies throughout the state.
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