A Mile in Our Boots, September 16-18, is a three-day weekend training for clinicians who serve the first responder community. The weekend will be full of interactive education – including wearing gear, hearing mayday tones, and more of the sensory aspects of public safety – that will allow our clinicians a realistic glimpse into the world of a first responder. Clinicians will be grouped into “squads” (teams) and will be participating in different activities that offer unique experiences through experiential learning. The clinician will be challenged while creating new memories and experiences that will be able to be utilized in their practice to best serve public servants.
A Mile in Our Boots
September 16-18, 2022
The purpose of this academy is for the clinicians to:
Acquire an enhanced understanding of mental and physical stresses that face our first responders through participating in interactive sessions with first responders themselves
Develop awareness of challenges outside the job – such as family – that can directly impact the responder
Utilize knowledge gained to help enhance future sessions with first responder clients through new perspectives gained from the academy
Cost is $100 to include full conference and all meals; partial registrations are not permitted. Lodging is not included and is the sole responsibility of the participant. Accommodation recommendations will be given at the time of registration.
For more information or questions, contact Patti Graham, SCFAST Statewide Director.