Lifeguard: Bringing New Life to the Guard

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Lifeguard: Bringing New Life to the Guard J. Vincent Roca, PhD, CAVHS Mary Sue Farmer, PhD applicant, SCMIRECC

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The Team Life Guard is an organization among CAVHS, Arkansas National Guard, and SCMIRECC. brain research pre-doctoral understudies: James Mazzone, Tim Streitwieser, & Bridget Tribout

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A Brief History November 2005 - Returning Veterans Outreach, Education, and Care (RVOEC) RFP is submitted March 2006 -RVOEC RFP financing affirmed March 29, 2006 -Relationship between CAVHS & Arkansas National Guard's Family Readiness Group set up. June 2006 -RVOEC staff is enlisted June 5, 2006 -Life Guard workshop is exhibited to Adjunct General Morrow. June 24, 2006 -first " Life Guard workshop: Community " is displayed at Malvern group focus. Sept. 12, 2006 -Life Guard workshop is introduced to Adjunct General Chastain. He asks for that Life Guard workshops be led at arsenals. Nov. 4, 2006 -1 st " Life Guard workshop: Armory " is displayed at Sheridan ordnance. Dec. 12, 2006 -SCMIRECC has meeting to talk about effort to group church. April 2, 2007 -1 st " Life Guard workshop: 1 st - Line Responders " is displayed at church in Searcy. May 8, 2007 -Life Guard workshop is exhibited to Adjunct General Wofford.

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: An Experiential Approach to Behavior Change Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999 Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life: The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Hayes & Smith, 2005 http://www.contextualpsychology.org/

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Psychological Flexibility ACT Question (6) as of now, in this circumstance? (2) are you willing to have that stuff, completely and without barrier (5) of your picked values If the answer is "yes," that is what manufactures... (4) AND do what takes you in the heading (3) as it seems to be, and not as what it says it may be, (1) Given a refinement amongst you and the stuff you are battling with and attempting to change chart acquired from http://www.contextualpsychology.org

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Target Audiences Families Arkansas National Guard's Family Readiness Group Soldiers Entire Team 1 st - Line Responders SCMIRECC

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Presentation What it is Interactive Role Playing Skits Stories Metaphors/analogies Group Exercises Volunteers What it isn't Passive Lecture PowerPoint

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Workshop Objectives Participants know how to put forth a concentrated effort help abilities, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , in their own particular lives. Members can utilize allegories, activities, and exhibitions as memory helps. Members can utilize representations, activities, and exhibitions as valuable approaches to acquaint abilities with others. Members perceive when to present aptitudes, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , to peers about whom they are concerned. Members can show aptitudes, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , to peers about whom they are concerned.

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Awareness Notice that contemplations, emotions, and recollections (TFM) are experiences we have, not activities we do. We are NOT in charge of the TFM we have. See that TFM are not the same as perceptions. " Sticks & stones can break my bones, yet words can never hurt me! " Notice that the individual having TFM is not the same as what the TFM say in regards to the individual. TFM can't let you know your identity

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Willingness People have a fundamental decision by they way they react to their TFM: Push/Pull Must be maintained a strategic distance from Have to keep Acceptance Nonjudgmental No inclination

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Valued Living Here once more, individuals have an essential decision. We can make our lives be about: The result What is felt, thought, recollected What we get or what we lose Destination The procedure Quality of activity Direction

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Centering Bringing every one of the 6 ACT steps together. Aptitudes all individuals can use over an extensive variety of life conditions.

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Workshop Objectives Participants know how to put forth a concentrated effort help abilities, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , in their own lives. Members can utilize illustrations, activities, and showings as memory helps. Members can utilize analogies, activities, and exhibits as helpful approaches to acquaint aptitudes with others. Members perceive when to present aptitudes, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , to peers about whom they are concerned. Members can show abilities, Awareness , Willingness , and Valued Living , to peers about whom they are concerned.

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Objectives PLEASE INDICATE THE EXTENT TO WHICH YOU ACCOMPLISHED EACH WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE LISTED BELOW:

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Selected Questions Workshop goals were significant to my own life. I completely refined the workshop's motivation/goals. The showing systems utilized as a part of the workshop were fitting. By and large, the workshop was beneficial. I would prescribe this workshop to a kindred veteran or to a veteran's relatives.

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Selected Questions Please rate each of the accompanying:

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"I might want to express my appreciation to you and your group for leading the 'Lifeguard Training' workshop on 03 MAR 2007 at the Clarksville armory. The presentation was proficient, auspicious, and informative. One warrior specifically drew nearer me after the occasion and expressed the material was precisely what he needed. The fighter had as of late, and out of the blue, lost his better half abandoning him to watch over their three youthful children. The troopers and families exhibit all profited from the intelligent program. As far as I can tell with other post-arrangement addresses and briefings, none contrast with the "Lifeguard Training's" capacity to catch the consideration of the warrior and relate on a level that is clear, compact, and understandable. I have embraced this program to LTC Williams and additionally other commanders. I really trust this kind of program is precisely what the troopers of my organization, and other, need. Thank you again to give up a Saturday to introduce the workshop to my fighters."

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