The Army Reserve's Psychological Health Program (PHP) is a component-specific program that addresses stressors of the Army Reserve Soldiers’ responsibilities of balancing a civilian job, school, family, work and being a Soldier.
In this episode, we speak with Stacey Feig, Director, Psychological Health (DPH) Team Lead, about the benefits of the PHP. We also get a leadership perspective with Lt. Col. Brian Kane, commander for the 3rd Battalion, Army Reserve Careers Group in Fort Story, Va., and how he implements this resource.
Managing your own stress (remember Soldiers will model their leaders)
How do I know if my soldier needs help?
Click here for risk and intervention table
What can I do if I believe my soldier needs help?
CLICK HERE for CG Policy 20-14
What is a Command Directed Behavioral Health Evaluation (CDBHE)?
Click here for CDBHE decision tree
What medical information am I entitled to know about a soldier?
Click here for more details Department of Defense Instruction 6490.08, Command Notification Requirements to Dispel Stigma in Providing Mental Health Care to Service Members
What is a postvention?
Will the Army Reserve pay for a soldier’s treatment?
Profiles and Line of Duties?