Kevin Eastwood has Directed and Produced a Documentary titled "After The Sirens". It follows 3 Paramedics as they tell their stories of how the weight of caring for people as a career has taken a devastating toll on their lives. A very honest, and powerful light is cast on the current epidemic of suicide among Paramedics. A must watch!
Meet Naomi. A Paramedic and Artist from Calgary. She pledged to paint 100 portraits in 100 days as part of her Paramedics Call To Action. Also learn how you can win 1 of 5 Tema Swag Bags! Subscribe, Listen, Comment, and Share. Enjoy!
A chat with Jamie MacWhirter recorded in person while at the Tema Gala week in February. Many subjects covered including suicide, the Legion, and Jamie's 2nd book. Also learn about his work with Tema, and Spartan Wellness. Please share, leave feedback, and subscribe. Enjoy!
Welcome to the first episode of #TemaTalks Podcast! We kick things off by chatting with Vince Savoia, He tells us about how his mental health journey lead him to create The Tema Conter Memorial Trust, and outlines the important initiatives and programs that are now underway. Please subscribe and share. Enjoy!
In this episode I chat with Janice Landry. Janice is a very well respected Journalist, Author, and Public Speaker. She is a very outspoken advocate for Mental Health awareness, and First Responders. She has just released a new book called The Legacy Letters. Enjoy!
In this episode we talk to my longtime friend and colleague, Peter Tripp. Peter tells us about his struggle to become a Paramedic, and his diagnosis of PTSD later in his career. Peter also tells us about venturing into the world of becoming Mental Health Advocate, and public speaker. A truly special chat with an amazing Human Being. Enjoy!
In this episode we get an update on #ivegotyourback911 from co-founder Jill Foster, we chat with Halifax Regional Police Officer Tyler Anstey about his PTSD journey, and we start to learn about Project Trauma Support from it's founder Dr. Manuela Joannou. Enjoy!
This Episode is dedicated to the memory of Marc Boudreau. A Paramedic and Musician from Cheticamp, NS. He was taken far too soon. In this episode we chat with NS Minister of Labour, the Hon. Kelly Regan, and NS Minister of Health, the Hon. Leo Glavine about PTSD in Nova Scotia and making sure that access to help for First Responders is readily available. Dr. Robin McGee is back to teach us about Cognitive Reprocessing Therapy.