Stress Resilience for First Responders
This is a program on stress management developed for individuals, teams, and agencies working in first responder roles. This on-site, online, stress resiliency program delivers simple yet powerful techniques that can be applied to your daily life to calm the mind, stay focused and better manage high-stress situations.
Weekly tools and techniques
Interrupting thought patterns for a quick recovery
Simple breathing techniques to trigger the PNS (parasympathetic nervous system)
Combat tactical breathing
Progressive muscle relaxation
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Giving first responders the tools they need.
The role of the first responder is a special one. Stress overload is unavoidable being the glue that keeps this fragile society together. Many first responders find it difficult to relax and unwind given the pressures to respond to these high-stress daily situations.
This on-site, online, stress resiliency program delivers simple yet powerful techniques that can be applied to your daily life to calm the mind, stay focused and better manage stressful situations.
First responders will learn how to better manage stressful situations, reduce anxiety, improve resiliency and maintain an overall sense of well-being. This weekly program combines resiliency techniques with a meditation practice as well as recordings sent via email to create continuity. As a result, FR’s learn evidence-based, simple techniques on how to focus and calm their minds and recover quickly from stressful situations.
Higher productivity, response time and focus
Lower employee turnover decreased health care costs
Lowered absentee rates
A more positive work environment
Physical and mental
Lowers high blood pressure
Decreases tension, headaches, and insomnia
Increases serotonin production
Improves immune system
Helps in reducing stress
Improves concentration, memory, and focus
The SRT Project is Beverly Hypnosis Center’s dedicated program to providing Stress Resilience Training to first responders and agencies.
Improve Resilience, Improve Your Life
Manage stress: Meditation can wipe away the day’s stress, bringing with it inner peace. See how you can easily learn to practice meditation whenever you need it most. By Mayo Clinic Staff
Improve resilience: Being resilient means having the capacity to recover quickly from difficult, stressful situations. Connecting via the breath to an inner calm reclaims your ability to put one foot in front of the other, no matter what happens.
Boost productivity: Breathe–even a single breath with the intention of letting it go will provide solace and put some distance between you and your over-worked adrenal glands.
Feel better, live longer: When you consciously breathe deeply, it stimulates the Parasympathetic nervous system, which serves as a counterbalance to our stress hormones. It calms us and helps us better focus on the moment we are in. This practice leads to a lower heart rate, blood pressure, and lower cortisol levels.
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