My name is Amy Kemp-Wellmeier and I am the 908th’s Director of Psychological Health. The goal of the Psychological Health Program and Air Force Reserve Directors of Psychological Health is to utilize my education, knowledge, training and expertise to increase individual, unit and Wing Readiness to help Airmen and their families maximize psychological health, resilience and well-being. I DO NOT put anything in the medical record nor do I report anything to your chain of command with the exception of, if you are a danger to yourself, others or the mission. I am eager to assist (in person or by phone) with a variety of life and military related issues including but not limited to: • Anxiety • Depression • Work Stress • Family discord • Parenting • Alcohol and drug abuse • Sleep disturbance • Deployment Stress • Marriage and relationships • Anger Management Please call me at 334-413-4575 or stop by my office at building 1056 room 203. If you need assistance or want more information regarding the Psychological Health Program. Please also check out the helping agency guide for other vital resources. Stay tuned for regular articles and features in the Southern Flyer magazine which will highlight resources to help build resiliency.
The Department of the Air Force is headquartered in the Pentagon, Washington D.C. The service is organized in nine major commands throughout the world which provide combat aircraft, airlift, refueling, reconnaissance and other support to the Unified Combatant Commands.
The Air Force also has more than three dozen field operating agencies and direct reporting units which directly support the mission by providing unique services.
Together with Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard forces, the United States Air Force is the best in the world.
The Secretary of the Air Force is Frank Kendall, the Chief of Staff of the Air Force is Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., the Vice Chief of Staff is Gen. David W. Allvin, and the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force is CMSAF Joanne S. Bass.