Critical Incident Psychologist Dr Kuhlman Helping First Responders on the Job


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Finding the courage to reach out for assistance when dealing with certain issues in and out of the job can be difficult and incredibly stressful at times. Keeping our mind right, and knowing you have an outlet for assistance is critical. Especially during these times, we are in. Our guest speaker for this episode is Dr. Katherine Kuhlman who has been working with the first responders for 9 years now, specializing in PTSD, stress, trauma, strategic testing, and evaluation. She’s a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional who deals with officer-involved shootings, deaths, mass shootings, MVAs, and multiple first responders incidences. She helps them find balance, cope with their stress, help manage, and find meaning in their trauma. She also assists in her client's growth, personal improvement in their relationships, and better overall quality of life. She also offers a number of evaluations: fitness-for-duty, risk/threat assessment, disability, IME, and more. Highlights: *Mental Health and PTSD in first responders *How non-profit assist in many areas *The importance of education and awareness to avoid common misconceptions in Mental Health and PTSD *Dealing with stress and anxiety by having an amazing and active life outside work *Self-assessment and wellness checks; considering people’s comments about the changes they noticed in you *That first step is reaching out, so others can help you *Being honest when you are going through something *The positive shifts and progress in the Police Departments that is dedicated to their mental wellness *How the mental health of the cops and first responders alike could be further improved If you’re going through a rough path right now, feel free to reach out to anyone for help that may ease the struggle. There’s many going through the similar situation. You’re not alone. If you wish to reach out or are looking for any type of assistance or guidance from Dr. Kuhlman, see her links below. STAY SAFE. -Dave NEW ONLINE REAL ESTATE INVESTING BOOTCAMP COURSE questions... connect with Dave directly for more details. IG: @daveknighter Links: Website: Email: Facebook: LinkedIn:

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