Resiliency in the first responder world.. how to have it, maintain it, and manage it
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Nayi Partridge is a Trainer and Resilience Development Director for the Partridge Group in Riverton, Utah. She has created the Utah POST certified Peer Support curriculum, and is the only Trainer in Utah approved to certify both Law Enforcement and Fire Professional peer support . Along with holding national certifications in Trauma Studies and as a Mindfulness Practitioner, she is  a DOJ-certified trainer in Law Enforcement Peer Support and Suicide Prevention. Nayi has assisted numerous organizations in Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Texas to develop, train, cultivate, and improve mental health resources, and establish and maintain peer support units. She specializes in building and maintaining resilience and psychological health in first responders. Nayi is an experienced trainer and advocate for public safety personnel, families, and their agencies, and has been invited to present and train various organizations and events including The Utah Governor's Safety Summit, The Utah Chiefs of Police Association, The Utah Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates, Police Wives of Utah, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Utah Public Information Officer's Association and other city and state agencies. 

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