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Dare To Dream with Debbi Dachinger and guest Wes G. Roberts

Reclaiming Authenticity with Dr James Houck

Title: The Psychological and Emotional Benefits of After Death Communication

Retired Corrections Officer, Police Officer, FBI Agent and Instructor, Educator

Award-winning paramedic and educator Nick Paproski talks with David about a vital and elusive commodity: SLEEP.

EMS workers, like all first responders and shift workers, are at risk for sleep deprivation and fatigue. When you are sleep deprived, your immune system may become compromised, your mood can be affected, and you are more prone to errors and accidents. There are many factors that contribute to sleep deprivation for EMS workers, so we discuss those in detail in this video. We also discuss the importance of sleep hygiene and some tips to improve your sleep.

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