Peer support is an essential element of any emergency response team. This episode features an interview with Doug O'Rourke, a Lieutenant with the Hamden Fire Department, who also serves as the Director of the Connecticut Firefighter Peer Support Network. In this video, Doug talks about the organization and its mission. He discusses the importance of peer support in the fire service, and how an effective peer support program can help prevent issues like PTSD and depression.
True Voice with Dr Fred
Guest, Sam Morris
The Metaphysical Hour with Julia Cannon and Tracie Mahan and guests, Suzanne Spooner, Monica Dunn, Sarah Breskman Cosme and Erica Middlemiss
Breaking The Silence with guest, Tristan Love, Director of Learning and Engagement at WayFinder
Reclaiming Authenticity with Dr James Houck
Title: Long Time, No See: The Universal, Multiple, and Spontaneous Nature of After Death Communication
The Power of Synergy with Gabrielle Cardona
Voices of Courage with Ken D Foster
Guest, Dr Kristy Vanacore
Dr Vanacore has been an inspiring trailblazer in the field of holistic psychology for two decades. Beloved as a modern-day medicine woman and rewilding mentor, her inventive approach to whole being healing and wellness blends ancient wisdom with contemporary science. The result of her work is a return to and restoration of one’s natural state of being through the expression of vibrant health of the body, mind and spirit.
The Spark with Stephanie James LCSW
Guest, Jen Du Plessis
Success to Significance
Jen Du Plessis, America’s Mortgage Mastery Mentor helps mortgage loan officers and real estate agents who are overwhelmed, stressed out, and sabotaging their personal lives for the sake of their business to multiply results in record time and have the courage to say yes to their personal lives (which sometimes means saying no to clients).