Training for Peers Conflict Resolution & Intervention

Estimated watch time: 1 hr 38 minutes


This webinar is intended for fire service peer support team members and leaders, as well as those who are interested in learning more about aspects of providing peer support within their agency.

This presentation will focus on managing conflict between members, identifying increased anger and irritability amongst colleagues and best practices for peer teams to establish mutual aid with neighboring agencies.

Molly Jones, LSW will bring clinical insight as to how anger and conflict develop and Fire Captain Scott Ross will take the lead on sharing his lived experience with these situations. Attendees will gain greater insight into strategies to be proactive and preventative in facilitating healthy relationships amongst peers and members of their departments.

Presented By:

Molly Jones, LSW is the Clinical Outreach Coordinator at the International Association of Fire Fighters Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery.

Fire Captain Scott Ross is the Peer Coordinator for Los Angeles County, IAFF Local 1014, which represents over 3,200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers, Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat personnel in communities throughout Los Angeles County, California. Scott is also an IAFF National Peer Support Instructor.