Tools & Resources
PSVF Transition Tools & Resources
Who Are You?Assisting each Veteran to better understand their strengths and how these strengths can be deployed in the civilian sector is paramount to helping them better transition from military service. The PDP QuickView Report is generated from a simple and easy five minute online communication survey that provides a comprehensive report for helping each individual understand their strengths, communication style, and potential blocks to communication.
Where Are You?The Transition Map and Action Plan provides a set of illustrations and insights to get a conversation started between Veteran Advisors and Veterans and their family members about where they find themselves in their transition from military to civilian life.
Where Do You Want To Go From Here?“If you don’t have a goal, make your first goal, finding a goal” In some cases PSVF will encounter Veterans in crisis, in other cases, which are very typical, the Veteran is simply lacking a clear understanding of who they are and what their value is to the world. If crisis is encountered, listening and referring them to appropriate and immediate assistance is our focus. If their challenges are around career planning and advanced education, the Strong Interests Inventory provides a very specific set of career recommendations based upon each person’s interests, aptitudes and passions.
The Veterans Transition Map & Action Plan
Plot Your Current Position and Where You Want to Be in the Six Most Important Areas of Your Life
What you will learn:
- The five needs that must be met to live a fulfilling life
- Locating where you are and where you are heading on the map
- The five phases of homecoming and transition
- Advanced Intel: Navigating the predictable stages of transition
- Reducing negative and intrusive thoughts
- How to organize your goals and objectives
Note from the author:
Permission for PSVF to make available the The Transition Map and Action Plan has been granted by the author as a Free download to Veterans and family members to ease their transition from military service. This document shall not be commercialized, distributed, taught or trained by coaches, consultants, companies or non-profit organizations without the expressed permission from the author.