The Code 3 Counseling Podcast exists to provide mental health and personal support for first responders and their families. Hosted by our co-founders, Shawn and Alisha, a father-daughter duo living in first responder families. In each episode, we discuss different topics, strategies and resources to help you thrive in the first responder life.
Boundaries: A Chat with Liz Durfee
Boundaries. A word we hear often, but it can be confusing. Today, Liz helps us understand the different kinds of boundaries we can have, with our selves, our partners, friends, coworkers, families, everyone. She helps us understand how we can shift boundaries when we need them, and how boundaries can be loving and caring.
Trust in Relationships: A Chat with Liz Durfee
Trust is essential for relationships to thrive! Today, we chat with Liz Durfee who helps us understand what trust is, how we can grow it, and what to do when it is broken.
How We Talk To Ourselves: A Chat with Liz Durfee
Our inner dialogue, or how we talk to ourselves, can significantly impact the way we respond to life's challenges and roadblocks. Today, Liz Durfee, a mental health professional who specializes in military and first responder mental health, joins us to discuss how we can take back control from those inner negative thoughts.
Understanding Part 2: A Chat with Ellen Kirschman
Today we chat with Dr. Ellen Kirschman, also known as the Cop Doc. This is the second half of our chat.
Understanding: A Chat with Dr. Ellen Kirschman Part 1
Today we chat with Dr. Ellen Kirschman, also known as the Cop Doc. This is the first half of our chat.
Mindset Matters: A Chat with Marc & Teresa Hildebrand Part 2
Today we are talking with Marc & Teresa Hildebrand. We talk about how your mindset can impact your ability to achieve your goals and thrive as a first responder family.
Love the Interacton
This is real. They understand first responders and they truly care. That sentiment flows from each episode. Thank you for being there!
A Great Listen
This podcast is hosted by personable and real people. The experience they have with first responders is relevant and real. If you are looking for a way to gather information on mental and emotional wellness from people who understand the profession, this podcast can be a great place to start.
This is an incredible podcast. Shawn and Alisha are personable, knowledgeable, and understand both personally and professionally the life of a first responder. I highly recommend!