Dr. Beth Murphy considers issues involving the mental health and behavioral health of firefighters and first responders.
Mark Goodman advances the concept of imminent stress and another way to conceptualize the stressors affecting firefighters and first responders.
Your life matters more than you know, and our lives are NOT better without you in it. Paul Combs and Sarah Gura on firefighters and suicide.
Warren will be completing a one-day, 150-mile bicycle ride to support firefighter/EMS behavioral health.
All of the providers listed in the directory either have firsthand experience with the fire and emergency services or have completed a training course through FBHA to educate them on the fire service and the specific challenges responders face.
Joining Host Chris Baker is Mark Lamplugh, the president of the Institute of Responder Wellness. They discuss planning your mental health.
Choosing a career as a first responder is indubitably honorable and selfless, but it can also ruin every good thing in our lives if we fail to fully understand it. Brett Snow on how his faith helped him overcome personal obstacles.
The actions of a small number of firefighters can badly damage the reputation that those before us worked to establish. David Lewis revisits the core tenets of the Firefighter Code of Ethics.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Dr. Donnie Hutchinson reviews some of the factors that contribute to firefighter well-being, including fitness, nutrition, and work-life balance.
Dr. Beth Murphy and company examine issues affecting firefighter behavioral health and wellness.