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Healthy Relationships Increase Officer Resilience

Law Enforcement Officers who have a healthy and stable home life, have increased resiliency and safety in the workplace.
However, stress and training from the job can spill over and impact relationships at home AND stress and conflict at home, can spill over and impact officer safety on the job.  We must break this cycle!  Code4Couples® offers information, education, and tools necessary to empower departments, officers, and couples to just that.


Code4Couples ® offers customizable webinars, workshops, and retreats to departments, agencies, and other organizations, including the Hold the Line Train-the-Trainer program certification.


Empower couples to have connected and resilient relationships, by educating them on the spillover, and teach them to counter the impact.


Influence officer wellness and resilience. Code4Couples® will teach your officers how the training that keeps them safe on the job, impacts them negatively off the job, and how to mitigate its effects.


Heroes Don't Do It Alone.

Learn. Implement. Grow. 

The Founder of Code4Couples®, Cyndi Doyle, is a certified and licensed therapist and LEO wife. With her educational background along with real-life experiences being “married to the job”, she brings a plethora of knowledge to share amongst her peers and shares it in various mediums. From her podcast to activity-filled workbooks and more, Code4Couples® has your SIX to help relationships get and stay on track.

How Can Code4Couples Help You?

Connection is the key.  We want to be seen, heard, and known by our partner. Code4Couples® helps couples to understand the impact and spillover from the job onto the relationship and the emotional toll it takes on both of you. When you understand the “why,” you move from surviving to thriving!

How Can Code4Couples Help You?

Officers that are trained in mental health are better equipped to serve their communities. By understanding the warning signs (for themselves as well as others), it gives them a proactive approach rather than a reactive one.  Along with being more productive, which leads to a stronger community, Code4Couples® will equip officers with practical tools and skills to be well-rounded officers. 

How Can Code4Couples Help You?

Educating LEOs helps them and their support system to understand the steps necessary to protect their mental and relational health that also increases resiliency. 

The Latest from the Podcast

Thriving In and Out of the Career

In this podcast episode, host Cyndi Doyle interviews Brian Ellis, a retired law enforcement officer and creator of Magnus Worx, about the importance of wellness and resilience in the law enforcement profession. Wellness is not just a physical issue, but also a mental one, and it is crucial for law enforcement organizations to prioritize the well-being of their personnel. Ellis discusses the alarming state of public safety well-being and the need for organizations to take action to support their employees. He also highlights the importance of data in measuring the effectiveness of wellness programs and the role of technology in providing a safe and anonymous environment for individuals to express their needs and concerns. Ellis encourages law enforcement personnel to prioritize their own wellness and seek out resources and support, and emphasizes the need for organizations to adopt a strategic and holistic approach to wellness.  

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The Impact of Moral Injuries

Moral Injuries are a significant yet often unrecognized issue among first responders. Understanding what a moral injury is and recognizing its potential impact on careers and families is crucial to their overall wellness.

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Communication Challenges in Special Assignments

Communication and connection are a challenge for all of us in law enforcement relationships. There are some extra special challenges when you’re on call all the time or you’re in situations where you just can’t talk due to being in a special assignment such as undercover work or maybe the part of a SWAT team.

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Let Family In

“I just don’t want to burden my spouse with what I experience on the job” is a way of protecting the people that you love. I always thought my husband was open only to find out later that this happened a few times within our relationship.

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