This is one of the most stressful years in recent history for first responders. Everyone is on edge, even if they don’t show it every day. Since California Casualty has many close relationships with our public safety accounts, we feel it is extra-important to be aware of our group member personal care. I want to share a message of wellness and resilience that California Casualty is now sponsoring. A live one-hour webinar will be held on October 23rd. The cost is free to first responders. There is an opportunity to give an optional $10 monetary gift if the member chooses. The link below takes your members to where they can register. 1st Responders Conferences is a local non-profit, created by Shawn Thomas, KCSO Explosive Detection K9 Handler.
Below is a description of the presentation and information about the speaker. I hope you find this as a valuable recourse for your members and that you will share this with them.
Description of the Presentation: How do you handle unexpected stress and challenges in your life? If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed or anxious from events that happen to you professionally or personally, then this session is for you. You’ll pick up keys to unlock personal strength, resilience and peace that will allow you to handle life’s inevitable twists and turns.
About the Speaker: Kwesi Millington is a former RCMP police officer, who has overcome struggles professionally as well as personally dealing with PTSD and Depression. Kwesi’s story is known nationally and is the subject of the best-selling book, Blamed and Broken. After overcoming a decade long struggle which included public scrutiny, a wrongful conviction and unjustified incarceration, he has turned the ability to rise above adversity into messages that transform his audiences for the better. He now teaches first responders and high-stress organizations how to avoid burnout, build mental health and cultivate resilience in their lives.
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Below is the webinar registration link: (Free to First Responders – Optional $10 Donation)
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