Military or emergency service work presents significant challenges and unique experiences for individuals. 

Understanding these challenges and their impact is crucial to provide individuals within organisations who work with military and emergency services personnel the skills to work effectively with them. 

This half-day workshop is for organisations that work with military and emergency services personnel to assist them in gaining an understanding of the behaviours commonly displayed by that cohort.  

In this workshop, participants will learn:

  • To understand service culture and its impacts on behaviour.
  • The importance of building a psychologically safe environment in the workplace to shape behaviour. 
  • The concept of vicarious trauma and how to recognise its signs.
  • Strategies for supporting yourself and colleagues when dealing with vicarious trauma.

Benefits for 

  • A deeper self-understanding of service culture and how it impacts individuals.
  • Learn effective strategies for managing stress and building resilience.
  • The ability to cope better in stressful situations and recover from traumatic experiences.
  • Increased wellbeing in both personal and professional life.

Benefits for your 

  • Improved communication, collaboration and employee wellbeing.
  • Employees who feel more comfortable discussing sensitive issues and asking for support.
  • Increased employee retention.
  • Improved productivity, safety and job satisfaction.

"This presentation was more relatable and good to hear from ex-serving police as opposed to MH facilitators with a clinical background."

– Workshop Particpiant