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Resiliency

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  1. Resiliency Put in Perspective

  2. Mission and Vision Mission: Implements the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program, identifies and trains Master Resiliency Trainers (MRTs) and commences annual resiliency sustainment training in order to enhance overall performance, improve unit level readiness, and sustain a balanced, healthy, campaign capable, expeditionary army End state: Will improve unit readiness and performance by implementing the Resiliency Training program. The end state will see a more balanced, healthy and capable Brigade Combat Team POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  3. Task, Conditions, Standards Task: Use Put it in Perspective to stop catastrophic thinking, reduce anxiety, and improve problem solving by identifying Worst, Best, and Most Likely outcomes of a situation. Conditions: Within a classroom environment and 90 minute timeframe. Standards: Understand that optimism is a primary target of Put it in Perspective

  4. Put It In Perspective You are here POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847 4

  5. Put It In Perspective (PIIP) helps to build Optimism. Catastrophizing is when you waste critical energy ruminating about the irrational worst case outcomes of a situation, which prevents you from taking purposeful action. The goal of PIIP is to lower anxiety so that you can accurately assess the situation and deal with it. Bottom Line Up Front

  6. Catastrophizing is when you waste critical energy ruminating about the irrational worst case outcomes of a situation. This is NOT the same as identifying the worst case and contingency planning. Contingency planning is productive. Catastrophizing is counterproductive. Catastrophizing is a slippery slope. It’s downward-spiral thinking. Catastrophizing creates high levels of anxiety, decreases focus, and increases helplessness. It prevents you from taking purposeful action. What is catastrophizing? POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  7. The goal of PIIP is to lower anxiety so that you can accurately assess the situation and deal with it. The goal is NOT to pretend “all is well,” to deny real problems, or to take away anxiety completely. What’s the goal? POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  8. Step 1: List worst case outcomes. Step 2: List best case outcomes. Step 3: List most likely outcomes. Step 4: Identify plan for dealing with most likely. Put It In Perspective Steps POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  9. Your squad is out doing a land navigation drill. You’re late coming back. It’s twenty minutes past the midnight deadline and you’ve lost your way. Case Study POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  10. BLAST! The Sergeant’s going to be mad! He’s going to make everyone in the unit come looking for me. They’re all going to hate me—they just want to turn in for the night. The guys in the unit will turn against me AND I’ll get a negative counseling statement. I’ll have no support here. I’ll be chaptered out of the Army. I’ll never get another job in this economy. My family will be ashamed and want nothing to do with me. My girlfriend will dump me for someone who makes more money. I’ll never meet anyone else. I’ll end up alone and homeless and dead by age 25. Worst Case Scenario Thinking(WCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  11. List “Worst Case” as chain. Keep asking “And then what happens?” Don’t stop until you’ve exhausted what is running through your head. Rate your mood, focus, and energy level while you are in WCST. PIIP Step 1: WCST POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  12. When I turn around, I’ll see a few Soldiers walking around the corner. They’re lost too. They tell me I’m the only one who actually found the rest of my points. I pull it together and lead them back to the check-in point. The Sergeant is pleased and gives me a coin. He tells the Command to keep an eye out for me—I’m likely to advance quickly. Best Case ScenarioThinking (BCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  13. List “Best Case” as chain. Don’t stop until you run out of ideas. Rate your mood, focus, and energy level while in the midst of creating the positive outcomes. PIIP Step 2: BCST POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  14. They realize I’m missing and send a vehicle. I get back to the check-in point and the Sergeant yells for a few minutes. We go back to base. The other guys ride me about it. At first formation tomorrow, Sergeant says that MOST of us found our points last night and gives me a dirty look. He moves on to something else. Most Likely Scenario POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  15. List the Most Likely outcomes, focusing on emotions, behaviors, and other people. Check for accuracy. Move to different column, if necessary. Rate your mood, focus, and energy level while creating the Most Likely list. Develop plan for dealing with the Most Likely outcomes. PIIP Step 3: Most Likely Scenario POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  16. I’ll walk out to the road to look for a vehicle. I’ll joke about it with my buddies so they see I’m a good sport. I’ll make sure I’m on my game the next few days so Sergeant has nothing else to get on my case about. Develop a Plan of Action POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  17. Develop a plan for dealing with the Most Likely outcomes. If necessary, briefly develop a plan for preventing Worst and increasing Best (BRIEFLY!) PIIP Step 4: Plan of Action POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  18. Catastrophizing depletes energy: Catastrophizing depletes energy, stops problem solving, and generates unhelpful anxiety. Order matters: Stop catastrophizing by looking at the Worst, then generating the Best—both of which help you to focus on the Most Likely. Make a plan: Once you are focused on the Most Likely, create a plan for dealing with the situation. Optimism: PIIP builds all of the MRT competencies; Optimism is a primary target. PIIP: Key Principles POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  19. Activities: Practice PIIP with your group. Practice PIIP with a partner. PIIP Practice POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  20. Pick a common AE that can trigger catastrophizing: Received a negative counseling statement Fight with spouse/child/friend and they end the call abruptly Practice PIIP: Capture WCST Create BCST Identify Most Likely Scenario Develop plan for dealing with Most Likely Scenario PIIP Group Practice POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  21. Scenario: You receive a negative counseling statement. PIIP Group Practice POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  22. I really screwed this one up. Everything good I’ve done up until now is meaningless and will be forgotten. I won’t be recommended for promotion. I don’t have what it takes to stay in the Army. I won’t be able to support my family. My family will think I’m a failure. I’ll never find another job. We’ll end up on the streets. My family will move in with relatives. I’ll die alone on the streets. Worst Case Scenario Thinking (WCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  23. The negative counseling statement was a joke being played on me. I’ll be immediately recommended for promotion. I’ll be the fastest NCO to reach Sergeant Major in the history of the Army. I’ll get a corner office in the Pentagon. The President will personally call me for advice. I’ll retire early and live on the coast. Best Case Scenario Thinking (BCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  24. I’ll receive corrective action from my squad leader. I’ll be frustrated. My squad leader will be disappointed. I’ll receive follow-up counseling. Most Likely Scenario POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  25. I’ll pay close attention to the corrective action plan that I receive so I can get back on my game. I’ll talk to my battle buddy about the situation. I’ll let my squad leader know that I’ll do my best not let him down again. Develop a Plan of Action POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  26. Scenario: You have a fight with your spouse/child/friend and he or she ends the call abruptly. PIIP Group Practice POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  27. They think I’m an moron. They’re not going to want to talk to me next time I call. They’re going to cut me off completely. When I get home, they’ll tell me to get out of the house and not come back. They’ll trash my car. I’ll have to take a bus and leave town. The bus gets into an accident. Everyone is killed. No one comes to my funeral. Worst Case Scenario Thinking (WCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  28. They were using their cell phone and their battery ran out. The cell phone company will send them $50,000 for their trouble. We’ll invest the money in some real estate. We’ll make a fortune and buy a professional football team. I’ll coach the team and lead them to the super bowl. We’ll win the super bowl and I’ll get elected to the Hall of Fame. Best Case Scenario Thinking (BCST) POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  29. They’ll be frustrated with me. I’ll be angry for a little while. I’ll be pretty tense for a few hours. We’ll both cool off and talk again in a few days. Most Likely Scenario POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  30. I’ll do some extra PT to let out some steam. I’ll talk to someone I trust about the situation and get my thoughts together before I talk to my spouse/child/friend again. Develop a Plan of Action POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  31. Work on your own or with a partner. Choose an Activating Event and list WCST, BCST, and Most Likely Scenario. Notice your mood, focus, and energy level. Then develop a plan for dealing with the Most Likely outcomes. PIIP Practice POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  32. What did you learn through this exercise? Which column was the most difficult to create (Worst, Best, Most Likely)? Why? Put It In Perspective:Debrief POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  33. What situations will PIIP be most helpful with? How can PIIP make you a better Soldier? How can PIIP help Soldiers be more effective in coping with stress on and off duty? Applications POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847

  34. What is the skill? PIIP is a method to stop catastrophic thinking and deal with the most likely implications. When do I use it? Use PIIP when you are “making a mountain out of a molehill or making a Himalaya out of a mountain.” How do I use it? List the Worst Case, Best Case, and then identify the Most Likely outcomes and develop a plan for dealing with them. Check on Learning

  35. Resiliency Questions

  36. AAR What went well 1. 2. 3. What can be improved 1. 2. 3. As of 25 Oct 10 POC: ASC MRT, DSN 793-4847