We are building a comprehensive listing of events that will be of interest to members. We’ll continue to add events, so check back often!
Virtual Police Resilience Symposium
This free event takes place September 22-24, 2020.
The symposium is being co-hosted by the NYPD and Columbia University Medical Center/New York State Psychiatric Institute.
The symposium is on Twitter at @ResilienceSymp using the hashtag #PoliceResilience. It’s also available on LinkedIn.
Understanding Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Date: Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (PST)
Presented by: Tammy McCoy-Arballo, Psy.D.
These webinars are only open to current PSPSA members.
To attend, please visit the sign-in page.
2019 Conference Recap
2018 Conference Recap
Webinar: The Benefits of Mindfulness
Thursday, June 7, 2018, 10-11:30 am (PST)
Hosted by The Counseling Team International
Presented by Alana Negroni, M.S., a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT85936)
Cost: Free for members!
View event flyer
2017 Conference Recap
2016 Conference Recap
The Public Safety Peer Support Association is excited about the turnout for our first annual Conference, Wellness on the Front Line™. The conference brought over 400 participants to beautiful Mission Bay in San Diego, at The Dana on Mission Bay Hotel and Resort. This unique training and fellowship opportunity occurred over three days from September 14-16, 2016. An optional pre-conference day was available on September 13, 2016.
A vibrant and resilient peer support team is not reactionary in its focus. The 2016 conference united a spectrum of public safety disciplines with a common purpose, bringing wellness to the front lines of public safety. The Public Safety Peer Support Association was excited to offer nationally recognized speakers to speak about topics including; Emotional Survival, Peer Support Response to Line of Duty Death, Communication and Listening Techniques, Mindfulness, Resiliency and more. The optional pre-conference day is offered for Peer Support team building. Team leaders, mental health professionals and Chaplains provided an opportunity for teams to build resilience and stay up and running happier, healthier and more able to withstand the rigors of peer support demands.