Platinum Potential’s team have all ‘worn boots’ as First Responders.
We deliver a tailored ‘Resilience Program’ via a face to face workshop (and soon to be also available online), that delivers real & relevant coping skills & strategies, and ‘wellbeing’ education for First Responder / Emergency Service Officers.
The aim of the program is so that officers can better mentally cope; when faced with challenging situations in their professional & personal lives. The ultimate goal of the program being to build resilience & create a healthier wellbeing amongst staff, & decrease the rate of depression, PTSD, & suicide in the industry.
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Platinum Potential have other workshops available including (but not limited to);
- Survive & Thrive – Coping strategies for high stress environments (1day)
- Coping strategies for teens
- Self-empowering kids
We can also tailor workshops to suit. Please contact us for more information.
Some of our previous clients have included:
Di was also asked to give the introduction (by means of her blog) to Peter Nelson (Clinical Director of CISD for Tasmanian Emergency Services) in 2015
Di has also collaborated with Henderson Matusch (Financial Advisors & Wealth Creators) to deliver an information session in the past.
Based upon positive growth & NLP principles, ‘Icebreakers’ is a simple yet effective ‘tool’ for a whole range of readers.
Teachers, trainers, facilitators, managers, coaches, parents, teenagers, & even ‘tween-agers’ can all benefit from reading it.
When implemented – Di McMath (author) intends it to have a positive ripple effect in the lives of individuals, families and cultures of businesses and schools around the world.
It aims to provide a solid foundation for positive growth.
Platinum Potential are proud to support the Cure Brain Cancer foundation & Care For Life Suicide Prevention Network – Gold Coast, with the majority of proceeds being donated to them – from every paperback sold from this website.
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Di McMath – Director of ‘Platinum Potential’, is not, and does not – claim to be a professional Counsellor. The services provided are based upon accredited coaching practices, personal experience, & a former career within the Emergency Services. Professional advice from appropriate & trained psychologists &/or counsellors is encouraged throughout the Triple Zero Resilience Program, and should only be used as an ‘adjunct’ to additional staff support services. It is not intended to be, nor should it be used as a mental health service, or to be used as a replacement for professional mental health services. Platinum Potential take not responsibility for any adverse outcomes as a result of any advice or teachings given, as they are at the users discretion. Platinum Potential & any of it’s programs is not currently endorsed by any Government organisation – nor does it claim to be.