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for military personnel is critical to
readiness, resilience, and mission success

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The Mental Health Support Training for Military Leaders is an evidence-based program developed from the Readiness Supportive Leadership Training (RESULT) study and evaluated with an active duty U.S. Army population. 


The training has now been translated and is applicable for all branches of the military to enhance resilience in the face of stressful and hazardous workplace situations in a myriad of contexts.

"Leadership is solving problems. The day soldiers stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them."
-Colin Powell



Improving mental health through supervisor support and team effectiveness.

This program was developed to train military leaders in supportive mentorship, leading to improved readiness, resilience, health and well-being of subordinates, as well as enhancing a positive culture of trust within units.
The program consists of a one-hour online training, followed by six weeks of follow-up activities that delve deeper into specific training concepts.
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Steps in the program

There are two parts to the Mental Health Support Training for Military Leaders - the online training and follow up activities that reinforce the concepts from the training. Each step below provides a link for easy access. 

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If you'd like more information or have questions, be sure to reach out. We'd love to help.

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