QUARTER 2 – JOB BURNOUT

Finding the balance to manage military obligations, work, and your personal life.

ANXIETY toolkit

The Adjutant General, MG Knapp was asked 3 questions:

How do you recognize that you’re anxious about something?

How does your body react?

What do you do to overcome anxiety?

You can ask yourself these same questions. To view TAG’s response click the link below.

TAPS is Back!

In addition, the Operation Resiliency Team is happy to announce that the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) training has been scheduled for FY23. TAPS focuses on interpersonal skills to facilitate peer-to-peer facilitation training. This is valuable training for individuals who may need to respond to tragic loss and provide support to unit members at events such as a future Tactical Pause (Air) or a Stand Down (Army).  

Phase 1 – Virtual

0900-1030 hrs

11 Jan 23

8 Feb 23

8 Mar 23

Phase II  –  In Person

0900-1600 hrs

12 Apr 23

DPH/Behavioral Health Contacts

If you have additional questions about behavioral health related regulations, such as things with medications, counseling, or case management, please contact your DPH (Air or Army) or the Behavioral Health Officer for your unit, or call 1-877-504-2358.
Robyn Bradley, LCSW

ARNG

Camp Williams, Bldg 217

608-504-6027

Nikki Espil, LCSW, BCD

ARNG

Oak Creek

608-616-2067

Nicole Mazzoleni, LCSW

ARNG

Wausau

608-640-9315

Paul Perales, LCSW

ARNG

Appleton

608-640-9317

CPT Sandra Westphal, LCSW

ARNG

Madison

608-640-8344

ANY ARMY DPH

1-877-504-2358

Emily Barrett, LCSW

115th FW

Volk Bldg 427, Truax Bldg 307

608-400-5274

Patricia Weiner, LCSW

115th FW

Volk Bldg 427, Truax Bldg 307

608-234-8820

Patricial Weiner, LCSW

128th ARW

Bldg 500

414-944-8256

The Resiliency Factor

Please take a few minutes to review the latest editions of The Resiliency Factor. Click the icon to view the newsletter.

NOVember 2022

Tips for Enjoying the Holidays

DECEMBER 2022

Special Holiday Edition

OCTOBER 2022

Make friends with your mind 

September 2022

 Suicide Prevention Month

Resources from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress

The link above contains a guide for leaders providing insight on how they can help their service members.

The link above contains insight into how social gatherings can be joyful, but may also lead to conflict. Considering in advance ways to respond can reduce stress.

Readjustment Counseling 

Madison: 608-264-5342

Milwaukee: 414-434-1311

La Crosse: 608-782-4403

Green Bay: 920-435-5650

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