10 CAN first responder program
Welcome to the new norm. At 10 CAN, Inc. we believe that each person has purpose. First responders endure the worse of humanity, as do their families. Everyone interprets trauma differently. We have a wide range of programs that are individualized to induce healing. We've been there, done that, and know what it takes to win your battle. Even heroes have partners, so let us be yours.
Mission: save heroes, raise first responders, and restore families.
Vision: increase the level of awareness and therapeutic programs that match military wounded warriors. Translate and implement best practices from the military to the first responder communities.
1. Bring holistic wellness to the first responder community through preventative training and responsive modalities. This includes uniformed personnel, spouses, and their children.
2. Research and develop innovative pathways to cure Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Secondary Traumatic Stress, and Vicarious Trauma.
3. Stop suicide.
4. Create uniformed documentation that recognizes first responders for their years of service.
Outdoor Recreational Therapy
- Blue Ridge Heroes Haven
- Survival Revival
- TreeUmph Obstacle Course
- Aquatic Therapy
- Wilderness Adventures
- Adolescent Development
- Emergency Relief
- Family Expeditions
- Rite of Passage
- Nonclinical Counseling
- Hidden Heroes
- First Responder Support
10 CAN Volunteer
Church Life Groups
Dr. Tina Jaeckle
Dr. Tina Jaeckle received Bachelor of Science Degree from Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida in Criminology and Sociology in 1990 and completed a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Houston in 1995. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Florida for approximately 18 years. Dr. Jaeckle also completed a second Master's of Science Degree in Criminal Justice with a specialty track in the Behavioral Sciences from Nova Southeastern University. In 2007, she completed a Ph.D. in the Humanities and Social Sciences with a major in Conflict Analysis and Resolution (specialty in conflict and crisis management) from the same institution. Dr. Jaeckle is presently an Assistant Professor in the Social and Behavioral Sciences at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. She is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family and Dependency Mediator and a Primary Trainer and Substantive Expert in the areas of family dynamics, domestic violence, child abuse, and effectively managing crisis issues within high-conflict families. Dr. Jaeckle is board certified in both emergency crisis response and bereavement trauma through the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and holds Diplomate status with the same organization. Additionally, Dr. Jaeckle is a member of the American Red Cross Mental Health Crisis Team; serves as the mental health training consultant for the St. Johns County Sheriff's Department and crisis hostage/negotiation unit and crisis intervention team; is a visiting professor at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia; serves as the chair of the crisis intervention section of the Association for Conflict Resolution; and is an active member of the FBI's Future's Working Group and the Homicide Research Working Group. She completed her dissertation research on the trauma and cultural representations of conflict and crisis among the Sudanese Dinka political refugees who have resettled in Jacksonville, Florida.
Contributions to the National Center of Crisis Management
It is my intention to serve on the Speaker's Bureau for the National Center for Crisis Management as well as provide at least one article for publication online or in the organization's regular journal magazine. I am also open to discussing additional opportunities as appropriate.
Tina Jaeckle, Ph.D., L.C.S.W
Dr. Tina F. Jaeckle
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Profession: Clinical Social Work; Trainer
Diplomate, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Fellow, National Center for Crisis Management
Board Certified in Emergency Crisis Response
Board Certified in Bereavement Trauma