Psychological Health Program

Mission Statement

AFR Directors of Psychological Health will utilize their unique education, knowledge, training, and expertise to increase individual, unit, and Wing readiness and help Airmen and their families maximize psychological health, resilience, and wellbeing so they can prevail over the unique challenges of the mission and life in and out of the military.

 

  • Consultation: DPHs advise Wing leaders and act as a subject matter expert for all issues related to psychological health

  • Non-clinical Services:  Needs assessments, referrals, consultations, education, training, etc. for Reservists, spouses, and children

  • Clinical Services: DPHs provide limited clinical services consisting of an initial evaluation and short term problem solving for beneficiaries eligible to receive services in the Military Healthcare System (Title 10), their spouses, and children

  • Education: Developing relationships/partnerships with local and regional community agencies to offer support and resources to Reservists and their families

  • Training:  Suicide Prevention, Resiliency, and Clinical Trainings




Contact: 

Dr. Julie Reese, DBH, LCSW
Director of Psychological Health (DPH)
944th Fighter Wing
Luke AFB, Arizona  85309
DSN 896.2289
Comm 623.856.2289