Stress Management

During this one or two day course you will also learn the all important skills of:


* Not being silent, waiting for others, making excuses, or passing the buck.
* Proactively anticipating problems and opportunities to take responsibility to initiate action.
* Monitoring responsibilities to track what is happening with people, decisions, actions, assignments, and events.
* Having processes and sources to track the status of responsibilities through direct observation, reports, feedback or other means.
* Analyzing the data (facts and perceptions) and people’s behavior and results related to responsibilities to identify problems and opportunities and to assess progress.

The men and women of law enforcement encounter unique stress and health issues daily.

Although these stressful situations affect the personality and mentality most have ample training for the skills they need to perform their job, but few are prepared for the personal stress they encounter.

The effects of law enforcement stress are examined regarding their impact upon the mind, body, and spirit. The focus of this course will be on the stressors most relevant to police officers, criminal investigators, and other emergency service personnel.

LLI is under the opinion that every officer has their own breaking point, we will address how to cope when others believe based on your behavior you have reached that pivotal point.

Because officers refuse to talk to others about their problems, we will address signs and symptoms of law enforcement stress.