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Seminar Title:  
Stress Management in Law Enforcement

DATES:  6/19/2018 through 6/20/2018

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Lisa Grossman

LOCATION:  Public Agency Training Council Training Center - 5235 Decatur Blvd, Indianapolis, IN  46241

HOTEL:  Holiday Inn - Indianapolis, IN  317-856-6200
$95 Double or Single
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $295.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Lisa E. Grossman, Ph.D., ATC, BCB Lisa Grossman is an expert in peak performance training and mental skills development with extensive experience working with military and law enforcement agencies, healthcare providers, combat/wounded veterans, corporate executives, and professional athletes.

In addition to providing training and consulting services through private practice in Jacksonville FL, Dr. Grossman serves as an adjunct faculty member at St. Johns River State College’s Criminal Justice Academy. As an instructor, she teaches FDLE advanced courses in Stress Management and Responding to Veterans to law enforcement officers from around the state as well as oversees the health and wellness curriculum development and instructor certification.

She has served as the Peak Performance Center Director at Wounded Warrior Project’s TRACK Program where she provided mental skills training to wounded veterans transitioning into civilian life while combatting PTSD, TBI, and other injuries sustained. Over the years, she has offered her knowledge and expertise in biofeedback training to develop educational and training protocols for the US Army’s Center for Enhanced Performance as well as for a biofeedback company where she is currently serving as the Clinical Program Director. Lisa Grossman was awarded a Doctoral Degree in Educational Psychology from Florida State University where she specialized in Performance Psychology, is a Board Certified Athletic Trainer with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, and is Board Certified in Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance.

Dr. Grossman’s work targets the core of self-awareness and self-regulation, helping each client develop and enhance themselves in order to perform optimally in any environment, despite any challenges they may face.


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Course Objectives

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The Stress Management in Law Enforcement class provides police officers the education, training, and tools necessary to achieve optimal performance and sustain it for a safe, long and healthy career. Participants will gain an understanding of WHAT stress is and will be introduced to the stress-performance relationship and its impact on one’s physiological, mental, and emotional state. Further, training will provide police officers a greater insight into how stress immediately impacts cognitive function (especially during critical incidents) such as the decision-making process and level of attention, both critical components of law enforcement.

Through the knowledge gained in the class and applied biofeedback training, officers will gain new skills to regulate the stress response on command. In addition, police officers will complete a Stress Management Continued Care Plan which can help participants gain a range of benefits impacted by stress such as lower resting heart and blood pressure, decreased muscle tension, improved immune function and ability to fight illness, improved cognitive function (i.e. faster and more accurate decision making skills, improved analytical processing, and improved memory), improved emotional state and a reduction in cumulative PTSD, decreased frustration/anger and overall improved wellness. Officers completing the course will gain immediate take-aways for improved sleep, work-life balance, and more critically, enhanced function for a safe and long career in law enforcement.

Upon course completion, police officers will be able to:

  • Focus and concentrate with sharpness amongst distractions
  • Learn to achieve an optimal state of activation depending on the situation
  • Realize a heightened level of self-awareness
  • Self-Regulate more effectively and efficiently in order to achieve maximum performance and sustain it
  • Be more resilient in high stress, high pressure situations, over longer periods of time
  • Make better instinctive and intuitive decisions
  • Learn to regulate stress on command and decrease the potential for “reacting” and rely more on “acting” (i.e. shoot/don't shoot)
  • Enhance their overall physical, mental and emotional wellness
  • Sleep with more ease and achieve a better work-life balance
  • Reduce the effects of cumulative PTSD


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