A 31 year former police Staff Sergeant veteran and an over 25 year survivor of PTSD, Syd shares his very unique insight in:

  • The development of awareness, resilience and resistance for employees and their families to trauma within the workplace;
  • Helping coach management towards policy and procedure development to address trauma in the workplace; and
  • Building peer support teams.

He shares his experiences with a constructive view and as an opportunity to positively move forward.

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Books by Syd

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How To Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support

This book provides insightful techniques to the development of awareness, resilience and resistance for employees and their families to trauma within the workplace. It also offers assistance for management towards the development of policy and procedure to address trauma in the workplace and finally offers techniques for building peer support teams.

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56 Seconds

Syd tells the gripping real life story of how his life took a dramatic turn in just 56 Seconds. He reveals the secrets to his healthy survival based on a solid foundation of peer support, friends, family and medical practitioners.

"It was a great seminar, informative and inspiring presentations, and very engaged participation by the attendees. A great success. Clearly, your stories resonated with participants' experience - and it complemented well with the collective learning that emerged from the dialogues of the Equity Project."

"56 Seconds is a must read for officers, their families and close colleagues to help them deal with the trauma from a police shooting."

"He had members of the audience hanging on his words. There were those who shed tears of empathy as well. Through this, many began to see policing with a new awareness, provided by an experienced, respected and valued officer (recently retired). I have since heard many accolades about this presentation from members of the audience."

"How to Survive PTSD and Build Peer Support is an excellent book by someone who has been there."

"You did such amazing work with this book. I have read it twice and know I will read it again. I have told as many people as who would stand still long enough about it. I thank you for the path you have forged for us all. I could never find words to express what your courage has meant to so many lives."