Hi, I'm Jeff. My associates and I can assist and guide you with these three key things:
1. Help individuals and organizations before, during, and after crisis through custom-tailored training, confidential coaching and counseling, critical incident stress management (CISM), and organizational consultation and program development.
2. Emotional and tactical instruction from those who understand the challenges of human dangerousness, crisis management, and post traumatic stress injuries and reactions (or PTSD).
3. Reduce stress, risk, and trauma while increasing confidence, productivity, and self-mastery in order to achieve personal or organizational goals.
Nearly 1 in 4 adults (23%) say they could use a lot more emotional support.
Annually, about 1.3 million people plan their own suicide. That's every single person living in Alaska, Vermont, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota combined! There are 1.4 million suicide attempts each year. That's every man, woman, and child living on the Hawaiian Islands. We can do more to relieve that pain and burden, including the loss and grief of the survivors.
More individual firearms purchases have been made in America over the last two years than ever before in the history of the world.
According to the FBI, homicides recently increased up to 30 percent, the largest increase in history.
The American Psychological Association stated that 44 percent of Americans report that their stress levels have increased over the past five years.
Here's what we can offer to help you gain confidence, prepare for crisis, and find greater peace:
COACHING & COUNSELING
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Whether you're representing a business, a public safety agency, or you want individual, one-on-one training or coaching, schedule an appointment now by following these simple steps:
Note: The majority of individual, one-on-one coaching, training, and counseling is done at a private office or at a firearms range in Farmington or Layton, Utah, respectively, or online. Travel out of state is possible, however. Just mention that when you make contact.
 American Psychological Association (2020). Stress in America, 2020: A National Mental Health Crisis. p. 5.
 Annual numbers are from 2019 AmericasHealthRankings.org, and the population data was retreived from WorldPopulationReview.com, 2021.
 NICS Firearms Checks: Month/Year from Nov. 1998 to Nov. 30, 2021. FBI.gov.
 FBI. (2020). Uniform Crime Report. FBI.gov.
 APA. (2011). Stressed in America. APA.org.