Date(s) - 07/10/2020
Hamilton County Sheriff's Department
This training is designed to heighten awareness and provide viable coping skills surrounding the psychological, physical and behavioral effects from stress for law enforcement personnel.
The law enforcement suicide rate, divorce and heart attacks are at an all-time high.
Law enforcement personnel will gain new insight into the origins of anxiety and stress, evaluate healthy versus unhealthy coping patterns to such a process and consider how “core beliefs” affect those who may experience negative effects from stress. This seminar will penetrate the stigma dynamic and will assist others in “normalizing” such behavioral and psychological reactions.
Instructor: Dr. Robert J. Cipriano Jr.
Dr. Robert J. Cipriano Jr. is a Florida & NC Licensed Psychologist and is Board Certified in Police and Public Safety Psychology.
Dr. Cipriano has been working in the behavioral health field for 25 years. He has been licensed as a psychologist for 17 years and has worked within the correctional, law enforcement, juvenile justice and state & community mental health arenas. He has trained numerous public safety professionals within the domains of trauma and violence. For a decade, Dr. Cipriano worked for the Miami-Dade Police Department as a police psychologist, and brings with him a background in crisis negotiations, police psychology and behavioral health for public safety and military personnel.
This is not an IDEA sponsored training; please see link below for cost, class times, registration, and contact info: