Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Family Resiliency Leader Brief

504 views

Published on

Family resiliency: Helping leaders teach resiliency to their Soldiers and families.

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Family Resiliency Leader Brief

  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

×