PSPNet Families: Supports and Research for Families of Public Safety Personnel
What we do, who we reach, what’s trending, and where we’re going.
Experiences of Children Growing Up With a Parent who has Military-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
When a child in a military family has a parent with PTSD, that child has increased risks of negative behavioral, psychological, biological, and social effects. These effects can have long-term repercussions into adulthood. The researchers found 12 studies to include in this review.
Spouse or Significant Other Wellbeing Course: Supporting Public Safety Personnel Families
Public Safety Personnel (PSP) do incredibly important work in ensuring the safety and security of Canadians, but these careers can affect their wellbeing. PSP are diverse, encompassing many professions, such as first responders (paramedics, firefighters, police), correctional workers, search and rescue personnel, and more.