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MN ARNG Ready and Resilient – Stop, Drop, and Roll

Improve resilience in your ranks by giving leaders a practical and plainly written tool to help them conduct discussion-based training sessions on life skills.

  • Relationships
  • Risky Behavior
  • Wellness/Self-esteem
  • Suicide Awareness

Resilience in Action

Focus on life-long resiliency components that instill the tools necessary to handle high-level stress, identify potential problems, and develop techniques to prosper during times of great stress.

  • Bolstering strengths
  • Family resiliency
  • Assessment/leadership

USCG – Operational Stress Control (OSC)

Building resiliency is a priority for the Coast Guard. This important tool will assist leaders in identifying early warning stress problems in order to take appropriate action to restore shipmates to full readiness.

  • What leaders need to know about OSC
  • Five core leadership functions for OSC
  • Six “Cs” of Operational Stress

USMC – Combat Operational Stress Control (COSC)

Building resiliency amongst Marines and their families is a priority for the Marine Corps. This important tool will assist leaders in identifying stress problems as early as possible in order to take appropriate action to restore Marines to full readiness.

  • Five core leadership functions for COSC
  • Understanding reactions versus injuries
  • Six “Cs” of Combat Operational Stress

NAVY – Leader’s Guide for Managing Personnel in Distress

Our guide was designed to help leaders at all levels take care of distressed personnel within their unit. Leaders can find help to over 35 different problems that may be faced by Sailors, such as domestic violence, substance abuse and suicidal behavior.

  • Combat stress reactions
  • Substance abuse
  • Deployment and post-deployment issues

MARINES – Leaders Guide for Managing Marines in Distress

Our guide was designed to help leaders at all levels take care of personnel within their unit who are in distress. Leaders can find help on over 35 different problems Marines may face such as domestic violence, substance abuse and suicidal behavior.

  • Combat stress reactions
  • Substance abuse
  • Deployment and post-deployment issues

Crisis Management for Service Members

Dealing with crisis situations is an inevitable part of being a Service member. Use this guide as a tool to help you manage individuals during these difficult times.

  • Crisis intervention protocols, principles and procedures
  • Nature of crisis and trauma
  • Reactions to crises
  • Managing difficult situations

Stress Management for Service Members

In the military, stress is an ever-present reality. Extreme stress can be dangerous. Learning how to deal with it is an important skill for all active-duty Service members to have, and this guide provides the tools they need to remain healthy and ready for action.

  • Stress Control Skills for Service Members and Leaders
  • Sources & Signs of Stress
  • Relaxation Techniques

Leadership Guide to Combat Stress Control

This important tool will assist leaders in the early identification and intervention of combat stress related problems so that the appropriate steps to recovery can be taken. This will help build resiliency among your Service members.

  • Assessment
  • Intervention recommendation
  • Group intervention
  • Medical evacuation

MN ARNG Ready and Resilient – Stop, Drop, and Roll

  • Introduction
  • Relationships
  • Impulsivity
  • Connection
  • Anxiety
  • Risky Behavior
  • Wellness/Self-esteem
  • Emotional Control
  • Anger Management
  • Self-Care
  • Quick Reference: Practical Life Skills
  • Suicide Awareness
  • Training Aids

 

  • Pages: 32
  • Physical Size: Pocket Guide 32-00 3.75″ x 5.5″
  • Product Code: 01-1148-100-01
  • ISBN: 978-1-68423-322-9

Resilience in Action

  • ResiliencE
  • A Reminder to Leaders
  • What Is Fatigue?
  • Fatigue Countermeasures
  • Tips to Handle Unavoidable Sleep Loss
  • Eating a Nutritious Diet
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Self-Actualization
  • Spiritual Resilience
  • What Is Family ResiliencE?
  • Total Well-Being
  • Thrive Under Pressure
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Military/Relationship Transition
  • Transition Self-Assessment
  • What Is Stress?
  • Sources of Military Stress
  • Signals of Stress
  • Dangerous Stress Levels
  • Stress Pathways
  • Functional Impairments
  • What Is a Stress Reaction?
  • Stress Reactions vs. Stress Injuries
  • Stress Continuum
  • Stress Assessment
  • Intervention Recommendations
  • Resilient Leaders
  • Hardiness
  • Common Leader Mistakes
  • In Summary
  • Resources

 

  • Pages: 68
  • Physical Size: Pocket Guide 68-00 3.75″ x 5.5″
  • Product Code: 01-0598-001-01
  • ISBN: 978-1-937969-56-1

USCG – Operational Stress Control (OSC)

  • Introduction
  • Overview of what Coast Guard Leaders Need to Know About COSC
  • What Are Stress and Coping
  • The Combat Operational Stress Continuum
  • What Is a Stress Reaction?
  • Understanding Reactions Versus Injuries
  • Understanding Stress Injuries and Stress
  • Illnesses
  • 5 Core Leadership Functions for COSC
  • After Action Reviews
  • Combat Operational Stress: Decision Flowchart
  • Six “Cs” of Combat Operational Stress
  • Leadership Training Responsibilities
  • Coast Guard Operational Stress Training Cycle

 

  • Pages: 24
  • Physical Size: Pocket Guide 24-00 3.75″ x 5.5″
  • Product Code: 01-0306-025-01
  • ISBN: 978-1-937969-72-1
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