Behavior health is an important part of overall resilience. The U.S. Army Reserve is committed to promoting a culture where Soldiers and Family members can seek and obtain treatment when needed.
When you ask how someone is doing and get the response “I’m good,” do you ever give it a second thought? “I’m Good” features actual Veterans and Service members talking about the conflicting feelings that sometimes underlie offhand responses like “I’m good.”

Our mission is to achieve and sustain the most resilient and mentally fit Reserve force in the Nation. We will accomplish this by facilitating mental health services for Soldiers and family members who need them; by assisting operational leadership through Command consultation; by preserving unit cohesion through traumatic event management; and with the development of enduring partnerships with sister organizations. The result will be a resilient, mentally fit, and ready Army Reserve.

To be the primary behavioral health resource for the Army Reserve.


What is Behavioral Health?

Behavioral Health is the balance between thoughts, moods, and behaviors. Disruption of this balance can result in problems like relationship conflict, worsening work or school performance, and difficulty meeting responsibilities. Maintaining behavioral health, or getting back on track once behavioral health has been disrupted, requires help and support. The Psychological Health Program can help you figure out what is going on and what you can do about it.

The Psychological Health Program and What We Do

In 2012 a Department of Defense Instruction was published and it stated the following:

“It is DoD policy that a psychological health and readiness leadership and advocacy structure, focused on operational readiness and integration of health promotion and clinical services, shall be established throughout the DoD, and Directors of Psychological Health (DPHs) shall be designated in key positions across the Military Services, including the RC.”

The Army Reserve established the Psychological Health Program and assigned operational leadership to the USARC Surgeon. The program offers referrals for soldiers and family members, Command consultation, and Traumatic Event Management. 

The USAR Psychological Health Program assists individual Soldiers to achieve optimum behavioral health. We do this by connecting geographically dispersed Soldiers and Family members with the resources they need to address behavioral health concerns. The readiness of the force depends upon the strength and resilience of every soldier.


The USAR Psychological Health Program serves to assist leaders and units by providing Command consultation. We can help leaders make informed decisions and advocate for Soldiers who are experiencing a behavioral health issue without compromising unit or mission integrity.


The USAR Psychological Health Program supports units by providing Traumatic Event Management and other group events. When a unit experiences something that could negatively impact it on an organizational level, our team can work with Commanders and Chaplains to assist the unit in processing the experience, preserving unit cohesion, and maintaining individual and collective readiness.

  • For Commanders
  • Contact Our Staff

    COL Mary Colberg Fort Bragg, N.C.

    Office:  910-570-8108
    CPT Josh Tiegreen Fort Bragg, N.C.

    Office:  910-570-9964
    Team Lead
    Stacey Feig, LPC Fort Belvoir, VA (OCAR)

    Office:  703-806-6905
    Cell:  703-254-8246
    63rd Readiness Division & 9th MSC
    Meg Haycraft, LCSW

    Office:  650-526-9211
    Cell:  571-319-1577
    81st Readiness Division & 1st MSC
    Christina Wildy, LPC

    Office: 803–751–9547
    Cell: 571–623–6470
    88th Readiness Division
    Deb Olson, LCSW

    Office:  608-388-0338
    Cell:  571-969-0671
    99th Readiness Division
    Patricia Moloney, LCSW

    Office:  609-562-7580
    Cell:  571-623-6459
    Army Reserve Medical Management Center (ARMMC)
    Rhoda Donnelly, LCSW

    Office:  727-563-3694
    Cell:  813-922-8255

NEW!!! Coming in September 2018 the Army Reserve PHP will initiate Clinical Case Management. For Soldiers with more severe or complex behavioral health issues, a nurse case manager will be assigned to ensure access to appropriate high quality care that will restore that Soldier to optimum mental fitness and readiness as quickly as possible.