LAW ENFORCEMENT SOCIAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, RESEARCH, AND EDUCATION 

Designed to Improve Behaviors and Mental Health

The Science of Suicide Prevention and Mental Resilience Training

Monday, October 4, 2021 8AM - 5PM

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 8AM-5PM

 

Training Approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T)

Hours: 16 Hours

Course Number: NCC01G

This course is designed as a proactive approach to suicide prevention. The skills and resources taught during this course may help save the life of an officer.

 

The course provides cognitive and behavioral tools necessary to sustain officer’s mental health, build emotional resilience, and reduce the risk of suicide before a crisis point.

Hosting Agency:

Georgia State University Police Department.

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TRAINING DELIVERY OPTIONS

ON-SITE/IN-HOUSE TRAINING

Our on-site training courses are customized to fit your organization's needs. We provide highly effective training that improves behavior and increases safety.

WORKSHOPS

Our training seminars are based on case studies and real world scenarios. We believe in learning that is supported by science and provides behavioral tools that can be used to mitigate risks and improve behavior.

SEMINARS

Our training seminars reflect real world scenarios, are supported by science, and provide behavioral tools that mitigate risks and improve behavior.

ONLINE TRAINING

Our team of security experts and behavioral specialists work with clients to provide training programs that are customized to fit their specific objectives.

CUSTOMIZED TRAINING PROGRAMS

Give your employees the tools to succeed. We build training programs that work for your organization.

WEBINARS

The courses include video demonstrations, online activities, and instruction on proper use of behavioral tools.

WHAT WE DO

We implement behavioral training designed to mitigate risky behavior, improve performance, build resilience, maintain, and modify human behavior.

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WHAT WE TEACH

We teach science of fear, stress, emotions, aggression, violence, anxiety, and the phenomenon of suicide. 

We perform research projects designed to discover innovative and novel ways to face behavioral challenges.

WHAT WE DO

We Improve Cognitive Processes

We Build Resilience and Mitigate Risky Behaviors

We Use Science 

We Measure and Evaluate Results of our Training

WHO WE WORK WITH

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SCHOOL SAFETY

and
YOUTH SAFETY

Doctor and Patient

HEALTHCARE

GOVERNMENT 

CORPORATE CLIENTS 

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LAW ENFORCEMENT

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PROBATION, PAROLE, CORRECTION

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FIRST RESPONDERS

PUBLIC SAFETY 

The Resilience Project

POLICE MENTAL TRAINING

DRIVEN BY NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE

The Resilience Project is designed for the purpose of promoting and improving the mental health and resilience of law enforcement officers, first responders, criminal justice and public safety professionals.

 

The goal of this project is to provide as many officers as possible with psychological, cognitive, and behavioral tools that will enable them to make sense of the complexity of their own self in the face of a highly demanding working environment and improve their thinking processes, perception, and behaviors. 

The Resilience Project is designed for the purpose of promoting and improving the mental health and resilience of law enforcement officers, first responders, criminal justice and public safety professionals. The goal of this project is to provide as many officers as possible with psychological, cognitive, and behavioral tools that will enable them to make sense of the complexity of their own self in the face of a highly demanding working environment and improve their thinking processes, perception, and behaviors. We provide the officers effective analytical skills and strategies, using real-world, thought-provoking situations and teach them how to utilize their own neurological, biological, and psychological functions to identify errors in their own thoughts and behaviors, and course correct them accordingly. 

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