Return/Reunion

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Anger Management from Combat to Home AM0002
This presentation was designed for the Service Member. This presentation explores anger, how it is used very differently but appropriately in a number of situations and how to best reintegrate healthy anger management coping skills for tense situations on the home front – and not anger management skills learned in combat.

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At Risk Service Members: A Guide for Command ML0223
This presentation examines at risk behaviors, who can be at-risk and what their behavior might look like and what to do if you recognize these behaviors in a service member.

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Combat-Related Stress Reactions: What Service Members and Families Need to Know S0009
This presentation examines at risk behaviors, who can be at-risk and what their behavior might look like and what to do if you recognize these behaviors in a service member.

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Coping with Challenges While on R&R RR0150
R&R provides a short respite from active duty but can sometimes pose many challenges for rest and relaxation. This presentation addresses the common challenges of R&R and provides tools to keep the visit positive for all.

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Family Reunion RR0031
This presentation helps participants develop realistic expectations and prepare for a successful transition back to life at home.

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From Combat to Home ML0162
This presentation addresses the challenges and benefits of military life and of returning home from deployment. These challenges have varied effects on Service Members, spouses and children; this presentation teaches coping techniques for everyone.

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Helping Children Cope with Post-Deployment Issues P0143
This presentation talks about a child’s concerns and potential challenges with the return of a parent from deployment and suggests coping techniques that a parent can employ to support a satisfying and positive reintegration process for the entire family. Includes parent guides and activities for toddlers/preschoolers, grade-school children and teenagers.

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Helping the Service Member Reconnect with their Child RR0173
This presentation looks at the possible reactions children have to their returning Service Member parents and offers way that can help the child reconnect.

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Homecoming & Reunion RR0029
This presentation addresses concerns and guides participants through a proactive approach to encourage a positive reintegration.

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Post-Combat Risk-Taking Behaviors ML0134
This presentation reviews behavior common to Service Members post-combat and suggests healthy alternatives.

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Reigniting the Passion after Deployment RR0148
This presentation addresses some of the common reasons that couples may face difficulty reconnecting after deployment and offers suggestions for rekindling the passion.

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Reintegration RR0278
Summary: This presentation examines the multiple feelings and experiences involved in reintegration and offers tools and positive coping mechanisms for the service member.

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Reintegration Challenges for the Single Service Member RR0117
This presentation discusses the process and challenges of reintegration for the single service member and offers tools and coping strategies for a successful journey.

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Reunion Briefing RR0025
This presentation explores all of the questions surrounding a reunion and from all perspectives – the single service member, a returning spouse, the spouse waiting at home and children, the workplace; all of the changes that have taken place in the time apart and tips for a successful homecoming.

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Reunion: It’s a Process, Not an Event RR0181
This presentation will address preparing for redeployment and the challenges that everyone has faced during deployment: family members and Service Members.

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Return and Reunion Workshop for Spouses RR0114
This presentation provides information that can help influence a smooth reunion with the service member by addressing the changes both spouses have experienced, where they are now as individuals, expectations and transitioning two separate lives into a successful reunion.

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Stages of Deployment RR0218
Participants will learn the emotional phases of deployment, the possible effects of the deployment phases as well as tips for managing the deployment phases.

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Supporting the Bereaved at Home & Down Range ML0224
This presentation examines the stages of grief and different ways to provide comfort and support to those we love and care about who are experiencing a loss.

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Transitioning to Civilian Life RR00280
This presentation addresses the many factors and feelings involved in transitions. For example, change can be uncomfortable because of the many unknowns but we can’t avoid it. This presentation offers skills, tools and suggestions that can assist in a successful transition to civilian life.

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Welcome Home! Reconnecting with your Child RR0116
This presentation will walk through potential issues the returning parent will face as a result and tips for easing the situation and making homecoming an enjoyable and healthy transition for the whole family.

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