Photo Gallery | A Must Attend! St.Trooper Bobby Brown's Story ~ "Visions of Courage" ~ An Officer Shot, Blinded
Dealing with the Aftermath of Trauma
Bobby Smith, Ph.D.
Presented by Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento
“A must see for all law enforcement officers.” - Detective Mike Wells, Albemarle County Police “As I was beginning to lose my path on the highway of life, Bobby Smith stopped and gave me directions back onto the path.” - Officer Joe Grecol, Hostage Negotiator
Co-Sponsored by Elk Grove PD, Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept.
Wednesday, November 7, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
5321 Date Ave., Sacramento CA 95841
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'Learn How to Take Back Your Life'
As a Louisiana State Trooper, Bobby was shot and blinded in the line of duty in March of 1986. This traumatic event not only stole his eyesight, confidence and independence, but also the career he had worked so hard to attain. Learning to deal with the struggles of being a blind man, Bobby discovered he could bring hope to those around him.
Bobby Smith discusses with a unique blend of seriousness and humor how to deal with the tragedies of life. He can show you how to have a loving relationship with your spouse, how to reconnect with your children, how to regain the passion in your professional career, and even how to avoid suppressing emotions that just can’t seem to go away.
Bobby Smith, Ph.D. Director ~ Peer Support Counseling, Chaplaincy Critical Incident Stress Management ~ Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Office of State Police