LifeSkills Training and Education

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    Marine Corps Family Team Building

    LifeSkills Training and Education offers various workshops that will offer skills and tools that will enhance personal growth and education for both the individual Marine and their family member, in four separate areas.

    Call 703-784-9421 

    Workshops are open to all active duty, civilians, spouses, and retirees.
    Don't forget to ask about child care reimbursement.

    Relationship Series

    Developing Healthy Blended Families
    This workshop is designed to help Marines and family members gain a better understanding of the common and practical issues facing blended families. Topics discussed include stages of blended family development, and tips for nurturing and enriching the family relationship.

    Building Lasting Relationships
    The challenges of a military lifestyle can place many demands on Marines and their families. This workshop provides practical information and tools to enhance healthy relationships.

    Communication Series

    5 Love Languages
    Does your child speak a different language? Sometimes they wager for your attention, and other times they ignore you completely. Sometimes they are filled with gratitude and affection, and other times they seem totally indifferent. Before you go crazy putting love notes all over your third grader’s bedroom, or trying to shower your teenager with hugs and compliments, come out to figure out your child’s “love language” so you can act accordingly.

    Inner Balance Course
    Learn helpful strategies and tools to become more emotionally resilient in both personal and professional relationships, to include basic stress, anger, and conflict management.

    Say What?
    This workshop is preventive in nature, to increase competence in using more effective communication skills, and to promote healthy relationships through communication. It helps Marines and families learn how to communicate with one another in an effective manner.

    Social Networking Safety
    This workshop addresses the dangers and risks, as well as positive outcomes, associated with social networking. It provides Marines and their families with information on how to protect themselves and family members, and ways to stay safe while on the internet, and on social networking sites.

    Four Lenses Workshop
    Because every person is an unique individual and diversity is what makes life so interesting. This workshop focuses on understanding yourself and others and give a bird's eye view of why we communicate with some better than others.

    Wellness Series

    Aging Parents and Elderly Care
    This workshop will help Marines and their families in dealing with the complexities of assisting elderly adults. It helps Marines and their families make informed decisions concerning elder care, as well as strategies for coping with day-to-day challenges involved with caring for your elderly loved one.

    Ready, Set, Prepare
    This workshop contains information regarding actions that Marines and families should take to be informed and prepared in the event of natural and manmade hazards. This workshop outlines the importance of our Marines and families to always be prepared for all types of emergencies!

    Impact Series

    Safe & Sound at Home
    This workshop provides important safety precautions for Marine Corps families, and instills spouse/family members with the ability and confidence to be responsible for their personal safety and the safety of their families while their Marines are deployed.

    Casualty Notification Process
    Scared of "The Call"? The Casualty Process De-Mystified - This workshop will help minimize stress and confusion by providing a brief overview on the casualty process, the role of the Casualty Assistance Calls Officer (CACO), and information on benefits, support services and organizations. It will help you understand the definition of a "casualty" as it relates to the Marine Corps, and discusses the casualty notification process for all casualties.