Check out our introduction video to Resilient Minds on the Front Lines
On today's webcast, our guest speaker, Dr. Michael Wiltsey, discusses how we all have experienced stress during the holidays, it is hard to avoid. This year especially, we need tools to help us cope with the stress that this year includes a worldwide pandemic. Dr. Wiltsey helps us realize that everything does not have to be perfect for the holidays and if we shift our perspective to what really matters, we can make the holidays much more enjoyable for ourselves and our families.
Dr. Lewis Schlosser and William Mazur discuss alcohol abuse in the first responder culture and how important it is to develop healthy coping skills and resiliency skills to navigate through the exposure to trauma in the emergency services field.
Webcast 32 features the voice of Resilient Minds on the Front Lines, Kaptain Jack, as he talks with country music singer Matt Kennon about resiliency and how important it is in our professional and personal lives.
Webcast 31 has guest speaker Jeff Welch discussing gratitude and blessings and how being grateful can have a huge impact on our overall well being and health.
Webcast 30 has guest speaker Randy Richert discussing how to broaden and build your mindset using resiliency tools to achieve growth instead of stress.
Webcast 29 has Detective Brian Lloyd teaching us how to capitalize on our strengths and by doing so, you can be your best you!
Webcast 28 has guest speaker SEAC Retired John Wayne Troxell, retired Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense. John served 38 years in the UsArmy and was involved in 5 combat tours. John Wayne Troxell talks about how those on the front lines can have invisible wounds and how to overcome the stigma that seeking help is a sign of weakness when it actually is a sign of strength.
Webcast 27 has Brian Martino, who talks about catastrophizing and how we as human beings are naturally conditioned to always see the negative first in all situations. Brian teaches us how to put things intro perspective and how to turn negatives into positives.
Webcast 26 has 9-1-1 dispatcher, Kristen Jaugerui discussing some of the challenging activating events as a parent during COVID-19. Kristen shares her stories of how to take sad, angry, and frustrating feelings and turn them into positive, uplifting experiences by being resilient.
Webcast 25 has 9-1-1 dispatcher Melissa Vaszquez discussing the many challenges faced during COVID-19, especially being separated from family. Melissa talks about how to accept those challenges and live in a state of gratitude through these difficult times.
On Webcast 24 Captain Dimitri Collins and Sgt. Major Earnest Williams, Jr. of the New Jersey National Guard discuss recognizing strength in others and how to capitalize on those strengths and how important those strengths are in today's world.
Webcast 23 has guest speaker Samuel L. Feemster, who talks about the importance of being spiritually awake and how spiritual strength and resiliency can nurture and empower us both mentally and physically.
Webcast 22 has guest speakers Dr. Michael Wiltsey and Brad discuss how to break through mental health stigma in order to build your personal resilience.
Webcast 21 present Pastor Chaplain Gary Holden and Pastor John Taylor as they ask the question what about faith and resiliency during our most difficult times how do we trust and relinquish control to a higher power while we acknowledge what we can't handle.
Webcast 20 presents Chief Michele Freeman who discusses the importance of connecting yourself to others and how to become more resilient through our connections.
Webcast 19 presents Renee White who discusses the importance that sleep has on our health and how it improves both our mental and physical resiliency.
Webcast 18 features Joe Collins who teaches us about meaning making and how to use resiliency skills to bring meaning to our lives.
Webcast 17 features first responder family Chris and Lacy Wolff as they teach us how to incorporate movement into our daily routines and about the incredible benefits that physical resilience can have on our daily lives
Webcast 16 presents Captain Dimitri Collins, who talks about the importance of teamwork and how we can achieve more when we put aside individual agendas and work together.
Webcast 15 presents Randy Richert, Colonel, USAF, (ret.) has he teaches how to catch yourself catching yourself and how to rely on tools and techniques to live a more resilient life.
Webcast 14 presents Dr. Michael Wiltsey as he discusses a fixed vs a growth mindset and how to embrace opportunities to grow and develop in your own life.
Webcast 13 welcomes Cherie Castellano as she talks about COVID and connection, reality and resilience for the first responder. Cherie explains that it is important to recognize that you are the best resource and how connection and resilience are part of our core values.
Webcast 12 - Dr. C. Gabrielle Safalti discusses resilience and how it applies to everyone, as we are all first responders in our own lives.
Webcast 11 presents Olivia Mead, founder and CEO of YogaShield, Yoga For First Responders. Olivia discusses how to process stress, build resiliency, and enhance job performance using yoga.
Webcast 10 - Master Resiliency Instructor Stephanie Nassis talks about the importance of nutrition for our overall well being and provides us with building blocks for our overall health.
Webcast 9 - Proud to have Pastor-Chaplain Gary Holden discuss the importance of spirituality in our lives and how to let your light shine.
Webcast 8 - Joe Maranowicz discusses finding our PFE, purpose for existence, and asks the question "what is your why?".
Webcast 7 - International speaker and former NFL running back, Merril Hoge, talks with Dr. Kate Tumelty Felice about what resiliency means to him and how to find a way when things get tough.
Webcast 6 - Buddy Johnson discusses the process of learning how to become resilient and teaches us tools to use through the journey of resiliency.
Webcast 5 - Dr. Kate Tumelty Felice teaches how to practice mindfulness and discusses how mindfulness is a gift you not only give yourself, but to those around you.
Webcast 4 has Master Resiliency Instructor, Randy Richert, Colonel, USAF, (ret.), teaching about The ABC Technique and the choices we make in life.
Webcast 3 is proud to have guest speaker, Paul Butler, discuss leadership and how you can become the leader you need to be right now.
Webcast 2 featuring guest speaker Captain Dimitri Collins who discusses the importance of leadership as it pertains to authenticity, transparency, and vulnerability, all of which are very important components in ALL aspects of life.
Resilient Minds on the Front Lines starts their webcast series with an amazing interview between Michael Pellegrino, Attorney General Grewal, and Chief Leusner.