First Responders Resiliency Inc.

Putting PTSD Out of Business

First Responder Resiliency has provided training to personnel from the following departments:

American Medical Response, Inc. Emergency medical services company Berkeley Fire Department

Resiliency Training 2019, January 12th – 14th

Held at Westerbeke Ranch in Sonoma, CA

Save $100 by registering NOW

Early Bird Registration Ends November 20th

Registration Closes:

December 22st

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Events

KTVU Interview with Susan Farren

Highlights from 2018 Resiliency Conference

Jul 25th 2018, KSRO Interview of Susan Farren and Ron Shull
Radio host Pat Kerrigan
Takeaway: This Resiliency Training program is
proactive whereas most approaches are reactive.

Aug 8th 2018, KSRO Interview of Ron Shull
Radio host Pat Kerrigan

Takeaway: This program helps civilians as well.  

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All donations go towards First Responders scholarships and the development of the First Responders Resiliency Program.

Latest News

“I would recommend this conference 100 times over.  Everything I learned and experienced, including the people I met saved my life!”

– RN, Bay Area

Press Releases

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Wraps Up Their First Training Conference

Kicks Off Their First Training Conference 150 150 First Responders Resiliency Inc.

Kicks Off Their First Training Conference

Announces First Training Conference 150 150 First Responders Resiliency Inc.

Announces First Training Conference

Plans for New Foundation Center 150 150 First Responders Resiliency Inc.

Plans for New Foundation Center

Resiliency Training

A Comprehensive Approach

S T R O N G E R , S M A R T E R , F A S T E R

Research shows that without intervention first responders have life expectancies of 15 years less than civilians. Before that they have higher probabilities of divorce, addiction, suicide, stroke, and cancer than the very people they serve.

It’s time to turn these statistics around.

The impacts of being exposed to a career of stress and trauma effect every system of the body; psychological, neurological, physical and emotional. Until now traditional care for first responders has focused on forms of talk therapy, peer counseling, and debriefings. Although these things are great, they are simply not enough.

First Responders Resiliency, Inc. addresses every component of the issues effecting first responders with our unique, multi-faceted approach of implementing education, skills, techniques and tools that have profound impacts on stress reduction and management, thus improving the professional and personal lives of those that serve.

Resilience:
1.  the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
2. The ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.
First Responder:
Someone designated or trained to respond to an emergency, i.e., police, fire, EMS, dispatchers, ER nurses and doctors.

Testimonials

From the 2018 Conference & Training

“Hell, yes! I only wish the conference could have gone longer, best training I’ve ever had”

– Marin County Firefighter

“From start to finish this conference was well thought out, vital and effective! It left me with hope and inspiration.”

– Alameda County firefighter/paramedic/captain