Psychological Body Armor, created by Dr. George S. Everly, Jr., is designed specifically for people like you who face tough challenges every day. It's full of practical, proven methods that help you recover quickly from tough times and strengthen your ability to handle the stress that comes with your job and life. In simple terms, this training isn't just helpful—it could be a game-changer for your well-being.
What You Will Learn:
How Psychological Body Armor can help you stay strong and bounce back no matter what comes your way.
How to spot the signs of a strong, resilient mindset. Get to know how to keep your cool, manage your feelings, and stay steady when things get tough.
How to create your own Personal Psychological Body Armor action plan before you leave the training.
How to use physical exercise to help you get stronger mentally and physically at the same time.
Superfoods that will help you feel better, perform better, and fuel your Psychological Body Armor.
How to balance work with downtime, leaning on friends or family, and tapping into your spiritual side to build a stronger you.
Emergency services and healthcare professions demand much from its people. If you're like many who work in a high stress occupation, you may be experiencing...
Inability to focus
Psychological Body Armor™ is a method grounded in science, aimed at improving overall well-being specifically for those in emergency services and healthcare. It's all about taking care of both your mind and body in these high-pressure jobs.
Law Enforcement Personnel
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Room Personnel
January 9, 2024
8:30 am - 4:30 pm (Central Time)
This course is being offered as a Remote Learning - Live Training! This course includes content of traditional in-person classroom training via Zoom technology.
• Real-time presentations
• Faculty Interaction
• Small group breakouts
• Live Q & A
7 Contact Hours: .7 General CEUs from University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Dept. of Emergency Health Services Professional and Continuing Education (PACE)
*Based on a formula of 1 Continuing Education Unit for every 10 contact/classroom hours.
Dr. Leger has nearly 35 years of experience providing crisis intervention, stress management, peer support, training, and consulting services to first responders, mental health professionals, clergy, school counselors, medical, corporate, and industrial fields. His PhD is in counseling with a concentration in traumatic stress. He is a board certified Fellow with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and a retired first responder.
With experience in the business sector, law enforcement, fire services, EMS, schools and churches, he is uniquely qualified to provide consulting, training and program development in the areas of peer support teams, critical incident stress management, workplace violence, church and workplace safety, suicide intervention, compassion fatigue/burnout, and many other workforce wellness concerns.
... see you on the inside!"