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Everly Jr.

George S. Everly Jr., Ph.D., ABBP, FAPM, is one of the founding fathers of modern stress management and a pioneer in the field of human resilience. Dr. Everly is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Professor of Psychology at Loyola University Maryland. He has consulted with FEMA, ATF, US Federal Air Marshals, and the FBI National Academy. He lives in Severna Park, Maryland.

Douglas A. Strouse, Ph.D., is the Managing Partner of Wexley Consulting HRD, LLC, an international management consulting firm, and the founder and President of the Chief Executive Officers Club (CEO Club) of Baltimore. He received his doctorate in organizational management and organizational psychology, and is a recognized expert on business resilience. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dennis K. McCormack, Ph.D., is one of the original Navy SEALs. He pioneered SEAL combat doctrine and tactics in Vietnam and holds doctoral degrees in leadership and human behavior as well as professional psychology. He lives in San Diego, California.

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