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COSCMCRD Provider                www.nccosc.navy.mil
COSC Doctrine                www.nccosc.navy.mil
NCCOSC Mission:To build and preserve thepsychological health ofSailors, Marines and their families                        ...
Components of COSCStress Continuum       Combat and       Five Core Leader      Model        Operational Stress      Funct...
Overview DOD ObjectivesCombat & OperationalStress Control (COSC)is leader-focused actions and responsibilities to promoter...
COSC Awareness SurveyStress on the Force is increasing82% in 2010, compared to 74% in 2009 and 58% in 2005# 1 stressor is ...
A Stressed Sailor Means a Stressed Home                               www.nccosc.navy.mil
What is Stress?The process by which we respond tochallenges to our minds and bodies.Stress is good, stress is normal, stre...
What is Stress?The physiological effects ofstress on the body                               www.nccosc.navy.mil
Definitions  Combat Stress  Operational Stress  Occupational Stress    Compassion Stress    Vicarious Trauma    Compassion...
www.nccosc.navy.mil
The Operational Stress Continuum  Good to Go        Distress or Impaired     More Severe or           Stress Injuries     ...
Many Causes vs. Only FourYellow Zone Reactions vs. Orange Zone Reactions        Lack of Sleep                  Life Threat...
Four Sources of Stress InjuryIntense or Prolonged Stress                                www.nccosc.navy.mil
How to Recognize Who Needs Help:Orange Zone Indicators  What is an Orange Zone Indicator?  Recent Stressor Events: Recent ...
Combat and Operational Stress First Aid                               www.nccosc.navy.mil
Combat and Operational Stress First AidCOSFA                               www.nccosc.navy.mil
Where COSFA falls on the Stress ContinuumPromotes a sense of safetyPromotes calmingPromotes connectedness                 ...
Continuous Aid(Check and Coordinate)                         www.nccosc.navy.mil
Primary Aid(Cover and Calm)                   www.nccosc.navy.mil
Secondary Aid Restore Function, Reduce Distress:   Connect   Competence   Confidence                                      ...
Stress Continuum Model                         www.nccosc.navy.mil
ScenarioHM3 Kim has received his orders to deployto Afghanistan three months after hisgraduation. He knows he has nochoice...
Five Core Leader Functions                             www.nccosc.navy.mil
HealthyStaying GreenResilienceBeing resilient means: adjustingeasily, bouncing back or returning toformSpiritualityLearnin...
Common Barriersto Managing StressWhat is keeping you fromgetting the help you need?                             www.nccosc...
Navy and Marine CorpsCombat and OperationalStress ControlConference 2012May 22 – 24, 2012                         www.ncco...
Website andSocial MediaWeb addresswww.nccosc.navy.milFollow us onFacebook, Twitter,YouTube                      www.nccosc...
ResourcesDistresswww.dstressline.comMilitary OneSourcewww.militaryonesource.comTRICARE Assistance Program (TRIAP)www.trica...
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    1. 1. COSCMCRD Provider www.nccosc.navy.mil
    2. 2. COSC Doctrine www.nccosc.navy.mil
    3. 3. NCCOSC Mission:To build and preserve thepsychological health ofSailors, Marines and their families www.nccosc.navy.mil
    4. 4. Components of COSCStress Continuum Combat and Five Core Leader Model Operational Stress Functions First Aid (COSFA) www.nccosc.navy.mil
    5. 5. Overview DOD ObjectivesCombat & OperationalStress Control (COSC)is leader-focused actions and responsibilities to promoteresilience and psychological health in Sailors, Marinesand families exposed to the stress of routine or wartimemilitary operations.DOD Objectives:Prevent or minimize stress injuriesFacilitate healing to minimize war-fighting gapsPromote resilienceReduce stigmaMaintain a ready fighting force www.nccosc.navy.mil
    6. 6. COSC Awareness SurveyStress on the Force is increasing82% in 2010, compared to 74% in 2009 and 58% in 2005# 1 stressor is a lack of personnel to do the jobUnpredictability of operations/job duties (all)Being away from family (enlisted)Not enough time for home responsibilities (all)Long work hours pre- or post-deployment (enlisted)Increase in workload (officers)Most stressed are least likely to seek help; they expectnegative consequences (stigma).*Largest increase in pay grades E7 – E9 www.nccosc.navy.mil
    7. 7. A Stressed Sailor Means a Stressed Home www.nccosc.navy.mil
    8. 8. What is Stress?The process by which we respond tochallenges to our minds and bodies.Stress is good, stress is normal, stresskeeps us sharp, stress keeps us focused.BUT… www.nccosc.navy.mil
    9. 9. What is Stress?The physiological effects ofstress on the body www.nccosc.navy.mil
    10. 10. Definitions Combat Stress Operational Stress Occupational Stress Compassion Stress Vicarious Trauma Compassion Fatigue Burnout Compassion Satisfaction Caregiver Resilience www.nccosc.navy.mil
    11. 11. www.nccosc.navy.mil
    12. 12. The Operational Stress Continuum Good to Go Distress or Impaired More Severe or Stress Injuries Persistent Stress or That Don’t Heal Well-Trained Mild and Impairment Without Help TemporarilyFit and Focused Anxious, Irritable or May Leave Lasting Symptoms Persist Sad Memories, Reactions > 60 Days, Get WorseCohesive Units and Impressions or Initially Get Better Physical or Then Return WorseReady Families Behavioral Changes
    13. 13. Many Causes vs. Only FourYellow Zone Reactions vs. Orange Zone Reactions Lack of Sleep Life Threat Family Separation Wear and Tear Loss of Possessions Loss Boredom Inner Conflict Peer Conflicts Hard Work Relationship Problems Money Problems Physical Injury www.nccosc.navy.mil
    14. 14. Four Sources of Stress InjuryIntense or Prolonged Stress www.nccosc.navy.mil
    15. 15. How to Recognize Who Needs Help:Orange Zone Indicators What is an Orange Zone Indicator? Recent Stressor Events: Recent exposure to events with high potential to cause trauma, grief or moral injury Verbalized Distress: Significant and persistent distress, such as fear, anger, anxiety, sadness, guilt or shame Changes in Function: Significant and persistent changes in physical, mental, social or spiritual responses www.nccosc.navy.mil
    16. 16. Combat and Operational Stress First Aid www.nccosc.navy.mil
    17. 17. Combat and Operational Stress First AidCOSFA www.nccosc.navy.mil
    18. 18. Where COSFA falls on the Stress ContinuumPromotes a sense of safetyPromotes calmingPromotes connectedness www.nccosc.navy.mil
    19. 19. Continuous Aid(Check and Coordinate) www.nccosc.navy.mil
    20. 20. Primary Aid(Cover and Calm) www.nccosc.navy.mil
    21. 21. Secondary Aid Restore Function, Reduce Distress: Connect Competence Confidence www.nccosc.navy.mil
    22. 22. Stress Continuum Model www.nccosc.navy.mil
    23. 23. ScenarioHM3 Kim has received his orders to deployto Afghanistan three months after hisgraduation. He knows he has nochoice, but he has a newborn and aworrisome wife at home. He wants to go toAfghanistan for professional reasons, buthe does not want to leave his wife at homealone during work-ups and the six-monthdeployment. While he is preparing fordeployment, HM3 has some sleepproblems and some difficulty focusing onhis final exams. He and his wife arearguing frequently about “little things.” www.nccosc.navy.mil
    24. 24. Five Core Leader Functions www.nccosc.navy.mil
    25. 25. HealthyStaying GreenResilienceBeing resilient means: adjustingeasily, bouncing back or returning toformSpiritualityLearning and making meaningAcceptance of limitsPositive appraisal and outlookActive copingSelf-confidence www.nccosc.navy.mil
    26. 26. Common Barriersto Managing StressWhat is keeping you fromgetting the help you need? www.nccosc.navy.mil
    27. 27. Navy and Marine CorpsCombat and OperationalStress ControlConference 2012May 22 – 24, 2012 www.nccosc.navy.mil
    28. 28. Website andSocial MediaWeb addresswww.nccosc.navy.milFollow us onFacebook, Twitter,YouTube www.nccosc.navy.mil
    29. 29. ResourcesDistresswww.dstressline.comMilitary OneSourcewww.militaryonesource.comTRICARE Assistance Program (TRIAP)www.tricare.mil/TRIAPNavy Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSC)www.nffsp.orgMarine Corps Community Serviceswww.usmc-mccs.orgFOCUS (Families OverComing Under Stress)www.focusproject.orgDefense Center of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injurywww.dcoe.health.milVet Centerswww.va.gov/rcs www.nccosc.navy.mil
    30. 30. www.nccosc.navy.mil
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