INDIANA - Suicide Prevention and Mental Resilience Training
About the Course
Length of Course: 8 hours ( 8 -hour time block and is broken up into distinct modules)
Course Target Population: Law Enforcement, First Responders
Delivery Method: Classroom
This course is designed to provide officers with an understanding of the psychology of suicide, fear, stress, emotions,
thoughts, and behaviors that result from critical incidents or traumatic events, and utilize such knowledge to provide
effective behavioral interventions that can mitigate the potential psychological impact that those events can have on the officers.
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. The purpose of
this course is to sharpen your officers' awareness of their own self and teach them how to utilize their own psychological functions to decrease anxiety, lower the effects of stress, identify errors in their own thoughts and behaviors, and course correct the way they think, feel, and behave.
The course introduces officers to specific functions and the architectural design of the human brain. Officers will learn how different parts of the brain are responsible for trauma processing, emotions, stress, fear, anxiety, and PTSD. It will provide an understanding of the importance of knowing the correlation between biological activities and psychological events, and how this correlation affects decision making, emotions, and behavior.
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