- PTSD demystified by clinical psychologist Dr. Sean P. O'Brien
- PTSD signs and symptoms
- How to avoid PTSD
- How to reach out and help a friend
- A spouse's story
- A call for change by Canadian Critical Incident Inc. president Barney McNeilly
A Warm Welcome
Welcome to my website -- a one-stop source of information, resources and tips to fight the battle against Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I believe people who are hurting are great -- great but lost. They need a little help to find their way. I have been lost and have struggled to find my way. Many people have lent a helping hand. I am getting better and my confidence grows with each passing day. Now I extend my hand to you, or to your friend, your colleague or anyone else who needs help.
I am a big believer in hope. Fight to find your way and get back to who you really are. Fight to get out of life what you deserve.
I hope you explore my site and benefit from the information and shared experiences of police and other first responders. Together we can support and help each other through.Bremner has authored Crack in the Armor: a police officer's guide to surviving post traumatic stress disorder, his true story of strength and courage as an officer who fought to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and won. He has co-authored, along with Dr. Sean P. O'Brien, an article entitled 'PTSD and the Police' that has been published in several law enforcement publications. Bremner was also the tactical consultant for the CTV/CBS hit TV series, Flashpoint. Jimmy Bremner is available to share his experiences, knowledge and tips about Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with first responders and/or peer counsellors. To inquire about booking a seminar please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (416) 444-1847.
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