USASMA MRT DCL 2016
Terms in this set (63)
What is the definition of Goal Setting?
A process to deliberately energize, direct, and sustain behavior to ensure progress toward a goal
What is Hunt The Good Stuff? (HTGS)
Used to counter negativity bias, create positive emotion, and to notice and analyze what is good
What is ATC?
Activating events, Thoughts, and Consequences: Emotions and Reactions
What is the purpose of ATC?
Used to identify your thoughts about an activating event and the consequences of those thoughts
What is the purpose of Energy Management/ Deliberate Breathing?
Used to regulate energy levels deliberately in order to be efficient and effective under any circumstance; requires control of rhythmic breathing, thoughts, and consequences.
What is "Avoid Thinking Traps" as it relates to MRT?
Used to identify and correct counterproductive patterns in thinking through the use of Mental Cues and Critical Questions.
What is "Detect Icebergs" as it relates to MRT?
Used to identify and evaluate core beliefs and core values that fuel out of proportion emotion and evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of these beliefs
What is Self Awareness?
The ability to identify one's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
What is Self-Regulation?
The ability to express emotions appropriately, stop counterproductive thinking, and regulate impulses, emotions, and behaviors in order to regulate goals.
What is Optimism?
The ability to hunt for what is good, remain realistic, identify what is controllable, maintain hope, and have confidence in yourself and your team.
What is Mental Agility?
The ability to use flexible and accurate thinking when identifying and understanding a problem; a willingness to try new strategies.
What are Strengths of Character?
The ability to use the knowledge of your top character strengths to overcome challenges and meet goals
What is Connection?
The capacity for strong relationships;the ability to understand others perspectives; a willingness to support others.
What is Problem Solving?
Used to accurately identify what caused the problem and identify solution strategies
What is PIIP?
Put It In Perspective: Used to stop Catastrophic Thinking, reduces anxiety, and improves problem-solving by identifying the Best, Worst, and Most Likely outcomes of a situation, and developing a plan to deal with the most likely outcomes.
What are Mental Games?
Used to change the focus away from counterproductive thinking to enable greater concentration and focus on the task at hand
What is Real Time Resilience?
Used to shut down counter productive thinking to enable greater concentration and focus on the task at hand (quick reactions)
Identify Character Strengths in self and others
Used to recognize the best in yourself and the best in others
Character Strength (challenges and leadership)
used to identify character strengths in yourself and others to improve teamwork, overcome challenges, and strengthen your leadership.
What is Assertive Communication?
Used to communicate clearly and with respect, especially during a conflict or challenge. Use the IDEAL Model to communicate in a confident, clear, and controlled manner.
What is Effective Praise?
used to build mastery and winning streaks by naming the specific strategy, effort, or skill that led to the good outcome.
What is Active Constructive Responding (ACR)?
Used to respond to others to build strong relationships when they talk about positive experiences or describe a success; authentic, active, and constructive interest
What is Resilience First Aid?
Know when and how to make a "call for support" to Behavioral Health or other support resources.
What is Deployment Cycle Resilience Training?
Designed to help Soldiers and families prepare for and manage the realities of the deployment cycle, reintegration, and the continuing transition back home.
What is Step One of Goal Setting?
Define your goals (End State)
What is Step Two of Goal Setting?
Know where you are now (Energize)
What is Step Three of Goal Setting?
Decide what you need to develop (Prioritize)
What is Step Four of Goal Setting?
Make a plan for steady improvement (SMART Steps)
What are the Action Statements (SMART)?
Specific, Measured, Action, Realistic, Time
What are the Power Statements?
Purposeful, Productive, Possibilities
What is Step Five of Goal Setting?
Pursue regular action (WIN: What's Important Now)
What is Step Six of Goal Setting?
Commit yourself completely (Maintain Improvement)
What is Step Seven of Goal Setting?
Continually monitor your progress (In Progress Review)
What are the three sources of motivation?
Intrinsic, Instrumental, Internal
What is Intrinsic Motivation?
Refers to doing something enjoyable because it is inherently interesting or enjoyable
What is Instrumental motivation?
Refers to doing something because it will lead to a specific outcome such as Rewards/Punishments, or Shame/Guilt
What is Internal Motivation?
Refers to doing something that is not inherently enjoyable because it is something that is inherently valued
What are the benefits of motivation (7)?
1. Decrease anxiety
2. Enhance concentration
3. Increases positive energy
4. Feeling of being in "FLOW"
5. Increases effort and persistence
6. Provides satisfaction
7. Fulfills the need for AUTONOMY
What are the benefits of GOAL Setting (4)?
1. Activates Behavior
2. Directs behavior
3. Adjusts behavior
4. Sustains behavior
Thought Theme: Loss
Thought Theme: Danger
Thought Theme: Trespass
Thought Theme: Inflicting Harm
Thought Theme: Negative Comparison
Thought Theme: Positive contribution
Thought Theme: Appreciating what you have
Thought Theme: Positive future
Jumping to conclusions
Me, Me, Me
Them, Them, Them
Always, Always, Always
Everything, Everything, Everything
What are the FOUR "What Questions" used to identify icebergs?
1. What is the most upsetting part of that to me?
2. What does that mean to me?
3. What is the worst part of that for me?
4. Assuming that is true, what is the most upsetting part of that to me?
What are the SIX steps of problem solving (in order)?
1. What is the problem?
2. What caused the problem?
3. What did you miss?
4. What's the evidence that each factor contributed to the problem?
5. What really caused the problem?
6. What can you do about it?
How do you "Put It In Perspective" (PIIP)?
1. DESCRIBE the activating event.
2. CAPTURE worst case thoughts
3. GENERATE best case thoughts
4. IDENTIFY most likely outcomes
5. DEVELOP a plan for dealing with most likely outcomes.
What is the IDEAL Model used to communicate assertively?
Identify and understand the problem.
Describe the problem objectively
Express your concerns
Ask the other person for his/her perspective
List the positive outcomes
What are three Real Time Resilience sentence starters?
"That's not completely true because..." (EVIDENCE)
"A more optimistic way of seeing this is..."OPTIMISTIC)
"The most likely implication is ..."(PERSPECTIVE)
What are some key indicators that an individual needs Resilience First Aid?
Problems that severely interfere with work, finances, emotions, or getting along with friends/family
What are some Support Resources?
Military One Source
Military Family Life
Primary Care Provider
MRTs are responsible for providing Deployment Resilience Training on what type of schedule?
Pre-Deployment: 1-6 months prior to deployment
Post Deployment: +/- 1 month after deployment
Post Deployment: 3-6 months after deployment
Pre-deployment and post-deployment spouse/couples training is best delivered on what time schedule?
1-6 months prior to deployment
1-6 months after deployment
Each training module is designed to be:
A two-hour facilitated discussion
Trained with intact platoons or smaller
For Soldiers deploying 90 days or longer (and their spouses)