Family Services Program Overview
This is a 7-hour family training that will address the psychological, neurological, physical, emotional, and relational impacts of stress and trauma exposure to first responders and their families. We provide science-based education, techniques, and tools that have profound impacts on stress reduction and management. Paired with proactive modalities and a holistic approach, we educate first responders in the art of professional and personal resilience. *Attendees will be provided meals at The Bishop’s Ranch. *Please register below, making sure you provide us with your Dietary Restrictions/Food Allergies. To address further questions or concerns about this conference, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support and participation!
Family Session Begins: June 9th at 09:00 PST (PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE BEFORE 08:45)
Family Session Ends: June 9th at 17:00 PST
History of First Responder and Family Wellness
Neuroanatomy and the Impacts of Trauma
The Central & Autonomic Nervous System
Mindfulness Practices for Resiliency
Physical & Psychological Resiliency
Nutrition & Toxin Exposure Awareness
First Responder Perspective
Emotional & Relational Resiliency
*PLEASE NOTE: FAMILY MEMBERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO STAY OVERNIGHT AT THE RANCH OR ARRIVE EARLIER THAN 8:45 AM PST.
Thank you for your cooperation!