By Liz Talago
First responders regularly deal with tragedy and trauma, which can take a toll on their mental health. If it's time to seek treatment, here's why it's so important for first responders to receive customized and specialized care by trauma-informed clinicians.
By Randall Hanifen
For today's firefighters and public safety professionals, the guarantee of a good retirement is quickly dwindling. Here are some tips for long-term retirement planning and advice on how to prepare for a career post-retirement.
By Greg Benson
Awareness about the mental health of firefighters is improving, but an unhealthy and outdated firehouse culture is often unintentionally perpetuated by fire leadership. Here's why leaders must address PTSD and trauma in the workforce.
By Anthony Mangeri
First responders deal with mentally and emotionally challenging situations on a daily basis. Download this free online magazine to find out how firefighters and EMS personnel can begin to manage stress from their jobs.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
As baby boomer firefighters continue to retire, millennials are playing an increasingly larger role in the fire service. Here's what factors command staff must take into consideration when it comes to managing the next generation of firefighters.
By Heather Lemke
First responders often face traumatic incidents and there may come a time when police officers, firefighters and EMTs need help themselves. If that time comes, it's crucial to find a mental health clinician with the expertise to provide specialized care. Here's what first responders should look for when selecting a clinician.