Impact of Trauma on Law Enforcement – November 3, 2020 in Riverside, CA

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Date(s) - 11/03/2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Ben Clark Training Center (Modular #30)



Embassy Consulting Services, LLC, in partnership with Riverside County Sheriff’s Department presents:


Impact of Trauma on Law Enforcement


This course is designed to provide law enforcement personnel (both sworn and professional staff) insight and awareness into the potential cost of working in public safety with the goal of increasing emotional wellness and preventing mental health issues.


Topics will include, but are not limited to: the various types of stress, burnout, anger and the anger-stress connection, the psychological and physiological impact of trauma, vicarious trauma/compassion fatigue, relationship health, police complex spiral trauma and post-traumatic stress/injury, public safety suicides, substance abuse and healthy coping strategies to increase resilience.



Presenter: Dr. Heather Williams, Premier First Responder Psychological Services


The class will be presented by Dr. Heather Williams. Dr. Williams was formally the Regional Peer Support Coordinator of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. She coordinated the OCSD Peer Support Team, responded to critical incidents and facilitates a modified critical incident debriefing model countywide.


In the aftermath of an active shooter event in Seal Beach, CA she co-founded the Orange County Association of Peer Supporters (OCAPS), which functions as peer support mutual aid.


Embassy Consulting Services LLC is owned and operated by Josef Levy, Commander (Retired) Long Beach Police Department and Lysa Gamboa-Levy. Embassy training seminars are not open to the general public. Embassy seminars are for Law Enforcement personnel or those who, in some capacity, represent law enforcement, public or government agencies. Embassy reserves the right to restrict or deny enrollment or access to any individual.


*No refunds, however, substitutions will be permitted.