The human brain is the most resilient organ in the body. Yet, even it is susceptible to harm, not only from outside physical sources, but from internal mechanisms as well. Due to the nature of the work they do, wildland firefighters can be exposed to traumatic events. These incidents may have an impact upon our mental and behavioral health. BLM Battalion Chief Asad Rahman from Carson City, Nevada (and previous guest for our Season 2, Episode 10 CISM podcast) and Dr. Deb Silveria, a psychologist from The Counseling Team International, join us “On the Line” to talk about post traumatic stress, and post traumatic growth.

This podcast was made possible in part through support from the U. S. Forest Service and the University of Montana.

Media Record Details

Mar 10, 2021
Charles G. Palmer, Brent Ruby, Asad Rahman, Deb Silveria
Topic(s):
Human Dimensions of Fire Management, Human Factors of Firefighter Safety, Psychological Safety, Wildland Firefighter Health