Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel are frequently jolted awake in the middle of the night and expected to perform miracles in the back of a rig doing 60 mph. They see people at the worst moments of their lives.
We, at the First Responders Resilience Center, understand the impact that working in emergency services can have on a person’s life. Dr. Pytal volunteered as an EMT with the Montgomery County, MD Fire Department and understands the stressors that EMS personnel face.
- The Gift of Fear: And Other Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence by Gavin de Becker
- Bulletproof Spirit: The First Responder’s Essential Resource for Protecting and Healing Mind and Heart by Dan Willis
- Verbal Judo by George J. Thompson, Ph.D. And Jerry B. Jenkins
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