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Resilience 101 Materials

One little-known fact is that the effects of combat/operational stress are normal and natural, rooted in the body's stress and survival system. They're not signs of weakness, cowardice, or being "crazy."

For service members and veterans who are experiencing deployment or post-deployment stress effects -- anywhere from a case of the jitters to posttraumatic stress disorder or depression -- it's helpful to learn about the stress system, and to learn about resilience, the ability we all have to cope with and bounce back from adversity.

Below you can download a series for service members and veterans called Resilience 101: Understanding and Optimizing Your Stress System. The R-101 series includes aworkbook and a "quick guide" pocket booklet. Either of these materials can be used by an individual, with a buddy or mentor, in a group, or with a counselor. They were written by Great Lakes ATTC consultant Pamela Woll, MA, CADP (http://xrl.us/humanpriorities).

Materials for Download

Resilience 101: Understanding and Optimizing Your Stress SystemResilience 101: Understanding and Optimizing Your Stress System (Workbook for Service Members and Veterans)

Resilience 101: Understanding and Optimizing Your Stress System (Quick Guide for Service Members and Veterans)

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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