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Spotlight: Don Pemberton, Firefighter/Paramedic and Coach

To me, that’s tragic to have somebody that dedicates their life to helping others and then when it’s time for…
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Who Takes Care of You?

It’s possible we miss something in this stark denial of care from others. We miss connection and healthy dependency.
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Breaking the Glass, Ending the Silence

We are first responders and first responder family members and we will not be silent anymore. Mental health is important…
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First Responder Youth

Those born with a servant’s heart, or who have grown up around such service, tend to lean towards that calling.
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Coaching in a Digital Age

So, what could coaching look like in the future? Well, what could it look like now? We are in the…
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The Brain Dump

Brain dumping is an exercise in differentiation. Brain Dumping helps organize this clutter into workable pieces, which are easier to…
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Developing Therapies for PTSD

Our current technology has led us to a place where you can put a device on and change your environment….
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A Word on July Fourth Fireworks

We love our fireworks on the fourth, their popping colors and vibrant designs, but not everyone does. Those with PTSD…
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Spotlight: Darrel Stinson, Retired Corrections Officer

If you could teach somebody how to behave even when you’re not around, it’d be better than them behaving when…
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Navigating Suicidal Ideation

We shouldn’t wait for things to get ugly or to the point of someone thinking about suicide before we take…
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Coaching: Why Now?

Preparing for disaster shouldn’t wait for disaster. At that point, it may be too late. The best survival tactic is…
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What Do You Believe?

When beliefs aren’t matched to values, things get confusing. Our belief is what we feel is true and our value…
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Life Coaching with PTSD

Trauma Informed Coaches anchor their work in the present, not the past. They focus on the client’s current life and…
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The Power of You

Experiencing coaching is experiencing the power of you. You do have power over your own actions, words, and reactions.
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Team Building in a World of Division

We are a world divided over so many hot topics, but the same blood runs through all of us and…
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The Wheel of Life: A Quick Assessment

The Wheel of Life allows coaches to make a quick assessment of where the coaching partner stands in various aspects…
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Spotlight: Meghan Albanese, Capitol Police Wife

It’s not fair to expect [first responders] to take on the trauma of the community and then go live their…
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Anxiety: Navigating the Waves

Anxiety is described as a normal reaction to stress, but when that turns into fear which prevents a person from…
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Coaching Sneak Peek: Sample Sessions

When we tell people we’re life coaches, we’re often mistaken for counselors. People think we ‘give good advice,’ but that’s…
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A History of Life Coaching

To understand coaching, we might benefit from knowing its roots. The word ‘coach’ comes from the idea of a coach…
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