As Law Enforcement Professionals, we want to be the best officer we can be, respected for the job we do and accepted as an integral part of the organization.
Emotional Survival for Female Enforcers focuses on overcoming the 24/7 demands that exist in a career serving and protecting a community, home, and family. Managing those demands can sometimes be the most difficult part of the job.
You are not alone…
Designed to offer skills that can be immediately and easily put into practice, we begin this course by identifying the reality of stress and its effect on our physical and emotional well-being both on and off duty. Once identified, we educate students on the importance of Emotional Intelligence and its role in understanding and managing key stressors that can lead to anxiety and burnout.
This seminar is delivered both live-online and in-person and offers interactive discussions in managing personal relationships, embracing our Strong Professional Presence, managing “Priority Guilt” and Transitioning from “Officer to Off-duty”.
Our goal is to help female officers enjoy it all by harnessing their ability to turn obstacles into opportunities for personal growth.
Topics discussed include but are not limited to:
This class is a crash course in contemporary leadership skills and traits. It’s essential to those interested in learning… and great to those currently leading.
Officer Rivera, Salinas PD, CA
“This is an AMAZING COURSE! Well needed! Dty Constable Mitchell – Galveston County Sheriff
“This has been my absolute favorite training and instructor during my six and a half years of being a police officer. I would certainly recommend this training to my fellow sisters in blue. I haven’t really taken any Calibre Press trainings in the past, but I will certainly be looking for more to take in the future. Personable instructors and great, informational training materials to use in the field.” Corporal Haywood – Wheeling Police Department, WV
This course is worth the money and had really been a confidence builder in me. Definitely gained more insight on tools with how to survive the streets, both physically, emotionally, and mentally.” LE Ranger Leskinen – National Park Service