AUTHOR. SPEAKER. COMMUNICATION COACH.
When Glen stepped out of the box, he got back in touch with himself. He faced his trauma and learned to restructure it. He made it safe to talk about. So safe that he wrote a book and designed a curriculum to help other public safety workers and trauma survivors do the same.
He now travels the country speaking about his journey. It is his mission to assist police departments and others public agencies, in supporting their officers and staff to reduce the effects of PTSD—and prevent divorce and suicide.
Glen resides in Springville, Utah with his wife Deborah, with whom he has no secrets. He is currently writing his second book, a novel, based on a fictional working detective in rural South Dakota.
"Great class and insight into how things have been and how we can change them to do/be better. Will definitely be using what I have learned to be a better father, husband, and co-worker."
"This was a unique class to help start understanding what this industry is doing (for) those willing to do the work . . . Thank you for taking the time to show your vulnerability and in an impactful manner."
"(Glen was) fantastic! I am glad for the tools we learned today. Knowing it all starts with us. By sharing we start healing."