Dr. Gary R. Greenfield, President
Dr. Gary R. Greenfield is a retired Army Colonel and has been a licensed psychologist for over 28 years. His Army career began as an Infantry Officer in Vietnam. After serving in the Vietnam War, he studied psychology and mental health at Towson University and The Johns Hopkins University. As an Army Psychologist, he distinguished himself as a leader and innovator. While serving at William Beaumont Army Medical Center he created a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Community Psychology/Mental Health. Building on his Infantry background, Gary was then brought into the Special Operations Community serving as the Command Psychologist for the Army's premier Special Operations Unit. Read more...
Dave is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army. He began his Army career in logistics. As a Major, he commanded a detachment in both Panama (Just Cause) and the Middle East (Desert Storm) where he had operational control of over 400 soldiers. His expertise in Material Solutions lead to direct liaison relationships with other government agencies, and international non-profits. He supported Humanitarian and Military Operations on all continents. After 15 years in logistics, he was trained in psychology and was assigned to the Army Special Operations Command where he was mentored by Gary Greenfield, already retired. Dave had a focus on Leadership Development, which has continued over the past 15 years. Read more...
Dr. Scott Middleton
Dr. Tony Doran
Dr. Jill Breitbach
Jill Breitbach is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist who has been working with DoD for nearly 12 years. Jill holds a Master's degree Clinical Psychopharmacology, a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology, a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, and has completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology (all degrees and fellowship are from APA accredited programs). She completed her residency at DDEAMC, Ft. Gordon, GA. She is among the few to have been prescribing in the DoD system, and has been doing so for four years. She has completed the US Army Aeromedical course and has been completing aeromedical evaluations for over 10 years. Read more...
Dr. Fred Brown
Dr. David Fenell
Dr. Gary Hazlett
Dr. Kirk Kennedy
Kirk Kennedy, Ph.D., has over 22 years of experience in post-doctoral psychological assessment, consultation, research, and training in various agencies within the federal government including the military as well as the CIA and the FBI. He has 14 years of experience in intelligence and law enforcement arenas consulting to operations and investigations. He has particular expertise in the areas of human intelligence source/asset targeting, assessment, development and vetting as well as detecting and preventing various types of insider threats. Also, he has 11 years of management experience and four years of overseas experience. Read more...
Dr. Greg Laskow
Dr. Andy Morgan
Dr. Phillip Atkinson
Dr. Tim Strongin
Tim Strongin, PhD has been a clinical psychologist for 34 years and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is a retired US Air Force Colonel who established the Air Force Aviation Psychology program and is the Deputy Director of the Human Factors Division of the U.S. Air Force Safety Center. In addition to medical command, Tim has been involved in a wide range of selection and retention programs for the performance of special duties. He has also served as a consultant following dozens of military and civilian aircraft mishaps. Tim lives in New Mexico where he lives with his wife of 40 years, Barbara.
Dr. Terry Soter
S.J. Soter has been a clinical psychologist for the past 33 years. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology and completed his Medical Degree from The College of Medicine and Health Sciences of St. Lucia. A retired Army Major, he has taught psychology, and Psychoanalysis in Chicago, Florida and Zurich Switzerland and was appointed by the Governor to the New Mexico Board of Psychologists Examiners. Presently, Dr. Soter maintains a private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he treats Children and Adults. He also consults with the Army and Marine Corps in the areas of assessment of Special Forces personnel. Dr.Soter resides in New Mexico with his wife, Elizabeth.
Dr. Will Wilson
Dr. Ernest J. Lenz
Ernest J. Lenz, PhD, MPH is a retired military psychologist, who completed service in the rank of Colonel. He received his doctorate from Loyola University of Chicago under the sponsorship of the US Army. Through the years, he has been a Special Forces officer, US Army Ranger, a program manager for the Saudi Arabian National Guard, the leader of a medical assistance training team during the war in El Salvador, Chief Psychologist at the JFK Special Warfare Center, and Psychology Consultant for the US Army, Europe. He served as both an APA Congressional Fellow and as a Peace Corps health volunteer in Guatemala. For the past eight years he has specialized in the areas of assessment of high stress personnel and organizational development with an emphasis on leadership development.