Articles and Media Appearances
Brian was asked to be one of the speakers at the 2016 Chatham-Kent TEDx event. He spoke on PTS in the emergency responder field in general.
Brian and Cathy were asked to appear on a Cityline segment dedicated to PTS and its impact on marriage and the family. First national TV exposure!
Bri was asked by Men's Health to talk about one of his tattoos and how it applies to his struggle with mental health issues.
Brian was asked to sit on a nationally-seen panel as an expert on PTS and other OSIs in the workplace
A simple black and white video that started Brian down his path to helping others.
Brian speaking on my PTS story and PTS in society at the CK Rotary
Bri was a guest on Jeremy Paris' The Veteran's Resource, discussing PTS in the first responder world and telling his story.
An article written about Brian's time at Caledon detachment and the impression he left on the officers there.
Article by Brian to promote a webinar he did on recognizing, mitigating, and coping with workplace stress as a leader.
Coverage of the release of Brian's new book Career Suicide is Overrated
Bri was asked to be a guest on Bren Dube's Leading Life podcast, discussing PTS, recovery, and post-traumatic growth.
Bri's first book was reviewed by Blue Line, the largest law enforcement-based magazine in Canada. And it was a positive review to boot!
Brian was introduced to the production team of a documentary, Buried Above Ground, and was offered the chance to see an advance screening.
Brian was one of the first guests' on the Mental Health Warriors podcast.
CTV cameras went with Bri to the spot where his friend's death changed his life, in advance of the official kickoff for On the Other Side of Broken
Short piece about the September 22 official book launch in Chatham.
Brian was interviewed live on the AM800 Windsor Afternoon News about the upcoming release of On the Other Side of Broken
Brian was asked to participate in the weekly 'Dads in the Limelight' feature on an amazing parenting website called dadofdivas.com
Brian was asked to provide an expert and lived experience opinion on PTS in the law enforcement profession.
A short piece written by Police Down Under, an organization dedicated to police advocacy and brotherhood from Australia.