Life With The Girlfriends with Christine Marie and Julie Peters
Topic: The girlfriends go a little dark this week.
Words Women and Wisdom Show with Yvonne E L Silver
Guest, Dr Anna Cabeca, triple-board certified, fellow of gynecology & obstetrics, author of integrative medicine wisdom.
2NDGO: Creating Community and Purpose for Veterans and Responders
On this episode, we’ll be speaking with Nick Nunnally, USCG (ret), City of Danbury Firefighter and Plank Owner of 2NDGO.org
Nick will be talking about transitioning from one purpose to another and creating a community that lasts after your career is over. 2NDGO, a veteran owned and operated company, is teaching military veterans and first responders how to be more resilient in their everyday lives.
Building Morale Through Positive, Proactive Leadership in Emergency Services
On this episode, we’ll be speaking with John Lynch, Town of Wilton, CT Chief of Police & Emergency Management Director, and Nick Paproski, Director Of ALS Operations at Vintech Management Services, about what you can do to become an engaged, proactive leader.
Responder Relationships: Challenges and Solutions Guests: Firefighter’s spouse Caryn Czarnecki and responder therapist Linda Rost, LCSW.
⫸ On this episode, we’ll be speaking about resilience for first responder relationships. Caryn Czarnecki has been married to a career firefighter for twenty years, and will share the many unique challenges that come with being a spouse of a first responder. We’ll review some of the real life issues faced by first responder spouses, along with some solutions.
Grace Under Fire - Spirituality In The Trenches
In this episode, David and Stacy speak with Matt Domyancic, The Tactical Chaplain, about how to enjoy a career that provides deeper meaning to your spiritual life. Matt will share some strategies for transitioning from a responder career while staying highly connected with the job and the mission. We’ll also learn what a Patrol Chaplain is.
Responder Resilience with Bonnie Rumilly LCSW EMT and Dr Stacy Raymond and Ret Lt David Dachinger
About Animal Control Officers: Welcome to the Jungle
On this episode, Stacy and David speak with Ray Connors, Retired Chief, State of Connecticut Animal Control Unit about what Animal Control Officers actually do, how they are genuinely first responders, some looks behind the scenes at real cases of animal abuse, animal attacks, traumatic calls, and the incredible connection between animal abuse and serial killers.
StandFast Alliance: Empowering Our First Responders On this episode, Dr. Stacy Raymond and David speak with Eve Bucca, Executive Director of Stand Fast Alliance about how they empower first responders, military and their families with the tools, training and resources they need to face the unique challenges of their service, with strength and resilience.
Eve’s grandfather, father, and husband were all proud members of the FDNY, and military veterans. She holds the rank of Honorary Battalion Chief within the New York City Fire Department.
Dispatch: First On Scene, The Forgotten Responders
⚑ On this episode, David speaks with 911 Emergency Dispatcher Craig Tinneny and 31 year veteran Senior Operator Catharine D'Vileskis about how dispatchers are often left out of conversations involving First Responders. We discuss:
➤ What are some of the sensory challenges of being a dispatcher?
➤ How do you remain calm when the caller is overwhelmed and can’t communicate clearly?
➤ After the call, what do you do to re-stabilize your own emotional equilibrium?