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Coping Strategies to Improve Officer Wellness

Coping Strategies to Improve Officer Wellness

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American Military University’s Dr. Michael Pittaro recently presented a webinar training on “Physical and Mental Health Coping Strategies to Improve Officer Wellness” for the Global Institute of Forensic Research. During the in-depth training session, Pittaro discusses how work-related stressors and trauma can often become overwhelming and lead law enforcement and corrections officers down unhealthy and destructive paths. Watch the full recording of the webinar below to learn how an integrated approach can help officers manage the inherent demands of the profession and maintain a healthy balance at work and at home.

Physical and Mental Health Coping Strategies to Improve Officer Wellness by Dr. Michael Pittaro from GIFR on Vimeo.

View additional articles and videos by Dr. Pittaro.

For similar certified training webinars, visit Global Institute of Forensic Research (GIFR). If you would like to learn more about GIFR, email services@gifrinc.com.

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