Building 1207, Room 143
Air Force Reserve Directors of Psychological Health use their unique education, knowledge, training and expertise to increase individual, unit and wing readiness by helping Airmen and their families maximize psychological health, resilience and well-being in order to meet the challenges of the mission and life--both in and out of the military.
The Defense Health Agency Connected health mobile apps provide info and support to service members, veterans, and their family members with behavioral health issues and traumatic brain injury.
You can download the free apps on your Android or iOS devices.
Users get live bio feedback data from body sensors. Results are displayed on the phone, including EEG, EMG,SGSR, ECG and EKG.
The Breathe 2 Relax app provide instructions on diaphragmatic "belly" breathing; which helps lower stress and reduce anxiety. Graphics, animation, narration, and videos lead users through several breathing exercises.
The Life Armor App has information about 17 common health concerns, including sleep, depression, relationship issues, and post-traumatic stress. It has self- assessment tools to help measure and track symptoms.
Tracks user's range of emotions and behaviors to show how their life is affected by thoughts, moods, and changes at home, work, and events. Helps identify trends and triggers. Info can be shared with a health care provider.
Receive guided breathing instruction to gain control over heart rate, emotions, concentration, and other physiological and psychological responses during stressful situations.
Contains simple tools to help users with coping, relaxation, distractions and positive thinking using personalized audio, video, pictures, games, mindfulness exercises, activity planning, inspirational quotes, and coping statements.