Resilience training enables participants to grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity. In its entirety, the resilience training curriculum is designed to build the six core competencies of resilience (Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, Optimism, Mental Agility, Strengths of Character, and Connection). In addition to resilience training we offer Pre and Post Deployment Cycle Training. To find out how we can best support your requests please contact us for more information.
KEEPING IT R.E.A.L. Relationships Enduring Army Life
Army Community Service Resilience Training Series titled “Keeping it R.E.A.L.” Relationships Enduring Army Life is designed for Family Members, DA Civilians, and Soldiers (couples are welcome). The 14 skills within the resilience training curriculum are designed to strengthen one’s resilience within all aspects of one’s life and provide the tools to readily recover, rebound,and build resilience. Participants are able to apply real life situations to knowledge and skills learned in the classroom to enhance their well-being and enrich their interpersonal relationships.
- Competencies that Build Resilience.
Provides an overview of resilience and an understanding of the six competencies (Self-Awareness, Self-Regulation, Mental Agility, Optimism, Strengths of Character, and Connection) that builds and strengthens one’s resilience.
- Hunt the Good Stuff
Recognizing and reflecting on the good stuff in life leads to better health, better relationships, and greater life satisfaction.
- Goal Setting - Achieve the Dream
Work through this seven step goal setting process to achieve professional or personal goals. Leverage core values and beliefs to influence daily behavior, and identify a plan for steady improvement. Learn to deliberately energize, direct, and sustain your own behavior to ensure progress.
- Activating Events, Thoughts, Consequences - Why’d I do that?
Many skills are built upon this foundational skill. Participants will link thoughts to emotions and reactions in order to handle situations more effectively. Learn how to be more empathetic and understanding of others.
- Energy Management
Learn ways to manage energy levels during performance and recovery efforts in both professional and personal life. Learn ways to control one’s physical state, thoughts, and emotions in stressful situations.
- Thinking Traps - Thinking Traps and Snares
Thinking traps are common and undermine mental toughness. Participants will learn how overly rigid patterns in thinking causes us to miss critical information about a situation or person.
- Detect Icebergs - Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes
Explore core values and beliefs and identify ways to gauge how they hinder ones effectiveness. Learn to have greater control over what “pushes your buttons”.
- Problem Solving
Not your traditional problem solving model. Learn about the Confirmation Bias, the importance of “FAT Thinking,” and develop action statements for solving the problem.
- Put it in Perspective and Mental Games
Put it in Perspective helps stop catastrophic thinking, reduce anxiety, and improve problem-solving by identifying the worst, best, and most likely outcomes of the situation. This skill teaches us three types of catastrophic thinking that keeps us from taking purposeful action.
Maintain “Your A Game” through the use of mental games as a quick distraction from thoughts that interfere with our ability to think critically, take purposeful action, or combat counterproductive thoughts.
- Real-time Resilience - TKO for Counterproductive Thoughts
It’s “GO Time” and negative thoughts and anxiety are impacting your performance. Real-time Resilience enables us to shut down counterproductive thoughts and stay motivated to the task at hand.
- Identifying Character Strengths in Self and Others - Being the Best of Who You Are
Learn the 24 character strengths that are morally and universally valued across cultures. Identify strengths in self and others to strengthen Family and team cohesiveness.
- Character Strengths in Leadership - Being the Best of Who You Are in Leadership
Use character strengths in self and others synergistically to overcome challenges or adversities and assist us in becoming the most effective leader possible.
- Assertive Communication - Having the IDEAL Conversation
Build stronger relationships by learning how to address problems assertively and learn a model for communicating issues and problems that arise respectfully.
- Active Constructive Responding - Listen Up...To Strengthen Relationships
Participants will learn how to praise effectively to create winning streaks and respond constructively to others in away that strengthens and cultivates relationships.
- Army Community Service
- Army Family Action Plan
- Army Family Team Building
- Army Volunteer Corps
- Exceptional Family Member Program
- Family Advocacy Program
- Financial Readiness Program
- Information Exchange
- Mobilization, Deployment and Stability Support Operations
- New Parent Support Program
- Outreach Program
- Relocation Readiness Program
- Resilience Training
- Survivor Outreach Services
- Victim Advocate Program
- ACS Virtual Training
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|Tuesday||7:30am - 4:00pm|
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|Friday||7:30am - 4:00pm|
William C. Lee Road
Fort campbell, Kentucky 42223
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