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Family Resiliency:
   Equipping Leaders
 To Help Their Soldiers
Army Family Strong Video
Family
GEN Casey Video
Michelle Obama Video
Purpose

•   The purpose of this training is to
    enhance Family Resiliency by increasing
    leader awareness and compe...
 Perception of Self
                                           Spiritual Growth
                                        ...
Terminal Learning Objectives
•   TLO 1: Extensively familiarize leaders with
    resources to which they can connect Soldi...
Assumptions
•   Most of the marriage and family counseling in
    the battalion is done by NCOs.
•   Even our most experie...
PTSD
Phases
• Phase 1: Introduction
  – “Why Family Resiliency”
• Phase 2: Connect to Resources
  – “Here’s who can help”
• Pha...
Agenda (Day 1)
•   Reception                                         0800 - 0815
•   Introduction                         ...
Agenda (Day 1)
• TLO 1: Resources (continued)
      • Family Life Chaplain (Main Post Chapel)   1115 – 1200
      (Catered...
Agenda (Day 2)
• TLO 2: Equip Leaders with Basic Famiy Intervention
  Skills:
      • Senior NCOs Talk                    ...
The Way Ahead
•   Pilot Program: The 187th ORD BN is
    conducting a test program on 7-8 July 2009.
    Each company will...
Family Resiliency:
   Equipping Leaders
 To Help Their Soldiers
Family Resiliency   Leader Brief
Family Resiliency   Leader Brief
Family Resiliency   Leader Brief
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Family resiliency: Helping leaders teach resiliency to their Soldiers and families.

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  1. 1. Family Resiliency: Equipping Leaders To Help Their Soldiers
  2. 2. Army Family Strong Video
  3. 3. Family
  4. 4. GEN Casey Video
  5. 5. Michelle Obama Video
  6. 6. Purpose • The purpose of this training is to enhance Family Resiliency by increasing leader awareness and competencies, so that when a significant event occurs (i.e. deployment, death of a loved one, unfaithfulness, bankruptcy, etc.) the family in specific, and the unit at large, might experience Post Adversity Growth rather than Post Traumatic Stress.
  7. 7.  Perception of Self  Spiritual Growth  Relationship Growth  Purpose of Life e Adverse nc ilie g es inin rowth R ra versity G T Post Ad EVENT n ntio r Accession Po st d o te rve Tr au ite In im d m at lf l itate Traumatic ic St Se cil re ss Fa --- - -- --- Di  Anxiety so rd  Anger er  Substance Abuse  Violence Treatment  Sexual Assault (Slide taken from office of Army G1)  Isolation
  8. 8. Terminal Learning Objectives • TLO 1: Extensively familiarize leaders with resources to which they can connect Soldiers and families. • TLO 2: Equip leaders will some basic marriage and family intervention skills. • TLO 3: Provide leaders advanced training for enhancing their own family relationships.
  9. 9. Assumptions • Most of the marriage and family counseling in the battalion is done by NCOs. • Even our most experienced leaders could benefit from a “field trip” to the various helping agencies on post. • Most all Marriage and Family problems are directly related to other underlining issues.
  10. 10. PTSD
  11. 11. Phases • Phase 1: Introduction – “Why Family Resiliency” • Phase 2: Connect to Resources – “Here’s who can help” • Phase 3: Buddy Aid – “You can help” • Phase 4: Self Aid – “Here is some help.”
  12. 12. Agenda (Day 1) • Reception 0800 - 0815 • Introduction 0815 - 0845 • Commander’s Welcome 0845 - 0900 • TLO 1: Resources (Post Tour of Family Resources) • Youth and Child Services 0915 - 1000 • Army Community Services 1000 - 1100 – Family Advocacy » Victim Advocacy / Anger Management » EFMP » New-Sole Parent Support Program – Employment Readiness – Relocation Readiness
  13. 13. Agenda (Day 1) • TLO 1: Resources (continued) • Family Life Chaplain (Main Post Chapel) 1115 – 1200 (Catered Lunch at Blue Room) 1200 – 1300 • Department of Behavior Heath 1315 – 1415 – Community Mental Health Services – Social Work Services – Family Advocacy Program – Army Substance Abuse Program – Joint Mental Health Services • Military One Source (Blue Room) 1430 – 1600 • Spiritual Resources (Chaplain) 1600 – 1700
  14. 14. Agenda (Day 2) • TLO 2: Equip Leaders with Basic Famiy Intervention Skills: • Senior NCOs Talk 0900 – 1030 • Family Intervention Card (Chaplain) 1030 – 1130 • Lunch 1130 – 1230 • TLO 3: Advanced Individual Family Skills Training • 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families 1230 – 1630
  15. 15. The Way Ahead • Pilot Program: The 187th ORD BN is conducting a test program on 7-8 July 2009. Each company will provide a senior E-7 to attend for Feedback. • Frequency: Battalion conducts this training every 4-5 weeks. – Future Dates (templated): 18-19 Aug; 15-16 Sept; 20-21 October; 1-2 Dec. • Endstate: All Platoon Sergeants / Site NCOICs and 50% of Squad Leaders “trained”.
  16. 16. Family Resiliency: Equipping Leaders To Help Their Soldiers
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