Diversified Rehabilitation Group (Diversified) believes that through integrative professional care, individuals can overcome psychological and physical limitations to achieve a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. Furthermore, we seek to understand and recognize the daily challenges of first responders, veterans, and their family members.
Diversified also acknowledges that there is always an opportunity for growth and innovation. Thus, Diversified established an Advisory Board to further understand its clients’ daily challenges and develop innovative and long-lasting solutions.
The Advisory Board plays a crucial role in enhancing mental health programs and support offered by Diversified Rehabilitation Group (Diversified) to first responders, veterans, and their family members. By providing guidance, connecting to experts and research, and offering strategic input to the Diversified Leadership Team, the advisory board contributes significantly to the organization’s efforts.
Consistently being ethical, honest, and transparent.
Being accountable to each other, our clients, partners, and the community.
Ensuring a supportive, collaborative, and courteous service environment.
Being committed to client-centered services, ongoing innovation, and best practices.
Deputy Chief Lucie Tremblay (Retired) has over 35 years of public safety experience at the federal government. Upon joining the VIA Rail Canada Police Service in 2016, she was entrusted with managing police operations and administration. She also supported the corporate security strategy, contributing to the safety and security of passengers, employees, infrastructure, and rail operations.
Steve is a VP for the BC Professional Firefighters Association and is the vice-chair of the BCPFFA’s Mental Health Taskforce, as well as their Occupational Health & Safety Committee. He has over 30 years of experience in the fire service and was hired as a full-time firefighter in Coquitlam in 1997.
Norm Taylor has been an independent advisor, educator, author and researcher for 40 years, concentrating his practice in the field of policing and public safety for the past 30 years. Between 2008-17, he spent much of his professional life in Saskatchewan as a Senior Advisor to the Deputy Ministry of Justice: Corrections and Policing.
Commander Grant Edwards (Ret) was a senior officer of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), with over 34 years of experience in law enforcement and security in protecting vulnerable people around the world. During his tenure with the AFP, he led several high-profile investigations and operations, in transnational organised crime, cybercrime, human trafficking and the exploitation of women and children.Read More
Alan is the CEO of ATNOH Group, a Global Public Safety and Risk Consultancy. Prior to founding the company, Alan spent 32 years with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), involved in extensive counter-terrorism operations within Canada and abroad.
Phil Lancaster’s extensive career in law enforcement combined with a passion for excellence and an aptitude for recognizing opportunity ultimately led to a successful career in business. As a former British police officer, Phil brings years of experience working internationally in VIP close protection, as well as service in British Overseas Territories. Throughout his career, Phil received several notable awards and has been recognized for his efforts in the UK and overseas.
Dr. Troiani is the Founding Director of Military Psychology Program @ Adler University and Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Adler University he has taught since 1993. He is the founder and developer of both the Military Clinical Psychology Track, which is part of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology and the M.A. Online in Military Psychology. At the school he instructs courses in both the M.A. in Military Psychology program and in the Psy.D.’s Military Clinical Psychology track. At Adler University he is faculty advisor to the school’s Military Psychology Student Association.