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Episode 345 - Hold the Line: Working with Law Enforcement in Private Practice


Episode 341 with Andrew Riesen


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startup nation, meet: Cyndi Doyle



Cyndi Doyle is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, the co-owner of Pecan Branch Counseling, and the founder of Code4Couples (R), which focuses on law enforcement mental and relational health and resilience.


She is the author of Hold The Line: The Essential Guide to Your Law Enforcement Relationship, host of the Code4Couples podcast, international speaker, and sought after subject matter expert.


Cyndi is a former President of the Texas Counseling Association. She has been recognized for her contributions to the field of counseling and law enforcement mental health by TCA and the American Counseling Association who awarded her the Samuel Gladding Unsung Hero Award in 2020.



show notes

  1. Understanding behavior like the OODA Loop.

  2. Job spillage into family life.

  3. Lack of empathy serves to keep LEOs safe.

  4. Therapists can help by being a resource, ride alongs, having trauma-focused training, and getting specific 1st responder training.


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