Dr. Fred Brown

Fred Brown, Jr., Ph.D. has been a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist associated with the Army for the past 30 years.  He received his doctorate in counseling psychology from the Texas Tech University with internship at William Beaumont Army Medical Center and completed his post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at Madigan Army Medical Center.  A retired Army Colonel (23 years), he has served in various clinical and operational psychology assignments, including leadership positions as a medical center department chief and deputy chief of the US Army Special Operations Command Directorate of Psychological Applications.  He is a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) qualified psychologist and conducted a number of reintegration operations of captured military personnel.  Dr. Brown has experience with most of the Army Special OperationsÕ assessment and selection programs, and also other Department of Defense programs. Presently, Dr. Brown is a practicing clinical neuropsychologist and residency faculty member in the Department of Behavioral Health at Womack Army Medical Center.  He also consults in the areas of assessment and training of Special Operations personnel.  Fred resides in North Carolina with his wife Dolores.