NYNG Complete Trooper/Pilots and Family Wellness.


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The Adjutant General. As Soldiers we think about physical wellness. However, being genuinely fit, includes more than simply physical wellness. It likewise includes being rationally and profoundly fit so we use sound judgment as we manage family, passionate, relationship and monetary burdens that are a piece of life inside and outside the military. The Army has actualized Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) to commercial
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NYNG Comprehensive Soldier/Airmen and Family Fitness CH (COL) Eric Olsen JFHQ Chaplain

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The Adjutant General As Soldiers we think about physical wellness. In any case, being genuinely fit, includes more than simply physical wellness. It likewise includes being rationally and profoundly fit so we use sound judgment as we manage family, enthusiastic, relationship and budgetary burdens that are a piece of life inside and outside the military. The Army has executed Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) to address the requirements of Soldiers and Families to adapt effectively to the worries of military life. This flyer contains the NYARNG\'s CSF program which is intended to upgrade our capacity to manage these worries by creating basic speculation abilities and figuring out how to approach life\'s difficulties in a positive, idealistic manner. It likewise instructs how to perceive the indications of worry in others and what move we ought to make to help our kindred Soldiers. I trust this preparation exertion will be useful to every one of you, the Soldiers of the New York Army National Guard, as you serve our state and country. You and your family make many gives up as you serve, and it\'s my obligation as Adjutant General to guarantee that you have every one of the instruments, including physical and otherworldly, that you have to do you those intense employments. Patrick A. Murphy PATRICK A. MURPHY MG, NYARNG The Adjutant General

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TAG Expectations Empowers care to the most minimal level States accessibility of value assets to the whole Guard Family Teaches and strengthens critical thinking abilities, versatility and sound practices Demonstrates charge support of Service and Family individuals who look for help when required

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The Goal We need all Soldiers and their connections/Families to build up their qualities and determination in six key wellness regions keeping in mind the end goal to flourish under testing conditions and prevail under extraordinary conditions without agony perpetual inability.

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NYNG Comprehensive Fitness Program Proponent: Chaplain Eric Olsen Purpose: To give a program to Warriors, Family individuals and Army/Air Force Civilians to ace the aptitudes important to accomplish adjust in their lives and fabricate strength keeping in mind the end goal to flourish in a time of high operational rhythm and determined clash. Measurements: Relationships and Families Physical Emotional Social Spiritual Financial (NYARNG expansion) Features: Designed for Junior Soldiers Implemented by Squad Leader Develops Coping & Problem Solving Skills Reinforces Army Expectations 6 Month Cycle Training Materials Provided Training Outline: Statement of Expectations Healthy & Unhealthy Behaviors Healthy & Unhealthy Scenarios Thinking Traps Role of the Buddy Available Resources

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Method of Training Instruction Method of Instruction Platoon estimated bunches drove by NCO Takes put each penetrate for 30 minutes Each coach outfitted with a "fast arrangement" style booklet preparing help Training help is intended to encourage examination Designed to be educated in various settings "Hip pocket" No Power Point Briefing slides

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Outline of Training Instruction Method of Instruction Statement of Professional Character for every area Discussion of Healthy Behaviors and Unhealthy Behaviors Lead Group in the Monthly Scenarios Ask the Group for Less versatile conduct/Adaptive conduct/Most Likely conduct ID What is in the Warrior\'s Control and What is Not Discuss What a Buddy could do (Buddy Aid) Concludes with the Group Developing a Healthy Perspective to the situation and share neighborhood and online assets

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Evaluation AARs and unit appraisal Service suppliers and referrals Review of patterns and general Soldier conduct i.e. SIRs, Blotter reports, sedate testings and AWOL numbers Sensing sessions with Soldiers to decide effect and viability

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Timeline for preparing Training materials provided down to segment/squad level (going to print soon) MRTs (more should be prepared) and Chaplains prepare NCOs Train 1,000 NCOs (Jan – June 2011) Implementation CSF: July 2011 Individual preparing recorded in DTMS

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Cost of Implementation Manpower – Master Resiliency Trainers (MRTs), Chaplains and prepared NCOs Material – 1 Training help for every unit estimate component Money - $13,000 for Training Aids Time – 30 min for each bore Planning Team – New York Chaplain Corps, Psychologist, Social Workers, MFLACs, Family Programs Staff, West Point Staff, NGB Staff

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Training Calendar All Inclusive Fitness Training Calendar 6 Month Training Cycle

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Leader peruses desires, segments of Spiritual Fitness: Expectations of Warrior Professionalism The National Guard expects all Soldiers and Airmen to know about their own qualities/convictions and to consent to their administration values. Expert and individual victories are accomplished through teach reflection and self-awareness. At the point when there is trouble in your life: hope to take proprietorship, look to your own practices and values, look for imaginative arrangements, and look for direction and support from others to make progress. Capability in the six of regions of CSF advances development and improvement which upgrades a Warrior\'s expert and individual life.

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What is Spiritual Fitness? Profoundly fit Soldiers try to take part in customary practices which convey significance and reason to their lives. Fighters who display solid Spiritual conduct have center values and guidelines for effective living, carry on with an existence of trustworthiness and are grounded in those convictions, takes part in self reflection and consistently look for encounters that permits them to understand their maximum capacity. Warriors with a solid soul take responsibility for individual adventure of investigating the force of the human soul. Warriors put resources into setting up steady connections

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Outline of Training Instruction Method of Instruction Statement of Professional Character for every area Discussion of Healthy Behaviors and Unhealthy Behaviors Lead Group in the Monthly Scenarios Ask the Group for Less versatile conduct/Adaptive conduct/Most Likely conduct ID What is in the Warrior\'s Control and What is Not Discuss What a Buddy could do (Buddy Aid) Concludes with the Group Developing a Healthy Perspective to the situation and share nearby and on line assets

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The Components of Spiritual Fitness Soldiers are grounded in their own convictions that prompt to individual and expert achievement Soldiers take part in those practices that reinforce their convictions, character and values Soldiers try to fortify their internal identity to assemble certainty for times of contention and stress Soldiers keep up an inspirational disposition toward self as well as other people Soldiers think about their conduct and encounters to learn and advance their improvement in thought, word and deed to search self change Soldiers search out group individuals that elevate them and give support and direction

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Leader shares a mental state and requests the related conduct to be given by Soldier: Healthy Spiritual Behaviors Psychological States Soldier Behaviors Feel associated and steady Feeling of quality based on ones qualities and convictions Optimistic standpoint Strong system family and companions Adaptive to circumstances Plan for the future and help other people

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Unhealthy Spiritual Behaviors Psychological States Soldier Behaviors Feeling lost Hopelessness Tension from clashing qualities Fear and uneasiness Not knowing your identity or how you feel Easily impacted No feasible arrangements and detachment Hesitation to act Poor choices, rest interference, sickness Defensive, judging and striking out at the individuals who are distinctive

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Healthy Spiritual Fitness Scenario A Have a Soldier read the situation: At the last Drill, SGT Schmidt discovers that he will sent for a third time. He doesn\'t care for the news since he and his significant other have quite recently had another infant and it will be no picnic for the entire Family. SGT Schmidt is focused on his Military life and will convey in light of the fact that he is a Soldier. He takes his significant other to Strong Bonds Event to reconnect with his Family and his confidence since he is focused on them and his part as spouse and father. He and his significant other set aside opportunity to mutually chip away at an arrangement to decrease the effect of the organization on the family and manage each other. They safeguard that the family is associated with the FRG and group assets.

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Unhealthy Spiritual Fitness Scenario A Have a Soldier read the situation: PFC Owens gets a Dear John letter while he is conveyed. His ex-Fiancée does not have any desire to stress or sit tight for him so she needs to sever the engagement and begin dating once more. He needs to be companions and perhaps get back together when he comes back from sending. She says "no." Now, PFC Owens just escapes his bunk to do his insignificant obligation and isn\'t speaking with his Battle Buddy nor any other person. He trusts this is best since he won\'t go home at any rate.

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Scenario A – The Problem Ask the Soldiers what they see the issue to be: PFC Owens is furious, discouraged, feeling sad, desolate and terrified (ordinary reaction) Soldier is keeping himself secluded while attempting to manage a critical passionate ordeal Soldier is feeling lost and delicate as a result of his separation and is lamenting the relationship Soldier does not see choices for his future and is restricted in extension Soldier is far from his typical secure and family environment Page 21

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Scenario A – Thinking Traps What are the reasoning traps that may impact PFC Owens in this circumstance? He will never discover another young lady to love him He is sold out and dependably will be He is not worth a decent relationship He committed an error by being focused on the military He is fatalistic about the de

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