officer wellness Training
Presentations or workshops designed for the specific needs of individual agencies
Decades of experience working in public safety and as a health educator enable Sergeant Brian Casey to speak in simple and relatable terms about the most pressing mental and emotional issues police officers and other public safety personnel encounter. He provides to both individuals and agencies the necessary skills and insights for purposeful and deliberate action.
▪ Cop Think: Why the Police Do What They Do
▪ Stress, Mood and Thought
▪ Fitness, Exercise and Nutrition
▪ Critical Incidents and Traumatic Events
▪ General Mental and Emotional Distress
▪ Behavioral Health Crisis
▪ Struggle and Change
▪ Peer Support and Early Intervention
▪ Inner Life and Outer Life
▪ Purpose-Centered Policing
A trusted call for help
The first police officers carried wooden rattles that were used to signal other officers that help was needed. Patrol work in some cities was referred to as the Rattle Watch. For Blue Watch, the rattle is a unique police symbol that represents a trusted call for help.
Police officers’ health and wellbeing can be diminished as a result of personal neglect, lack of recovery from the flash-bang of psychological trauma, the slow burn of a steady diet of victim and victimizer, and intimate exposure to the suffering of others. An officer’s self-reliance, a problematic strength, can make them less willing to seek good help. And when they suffer, all of society suffers.
Blue Watch Officer Wellness training provides officers with the necessary skills and insights to look within to help themselves and other officers. Brian Casey gives every officer the pep talk and essential strategies to not only survive a career in public safety, but to live well.