Peter A. Brown (2008) brings a variety of experience to the field of psychology: he is a West Point grad (Class of 1996), former Army Captain, and combat veteran with extensive personnel, operations, and planning experience spanning a decade of uniformed service. He also completed an MBA in Europe where he published a consultancy piece on the development of world-class project management and internal marketing for a German-International conglomerate. He speaks fluent German and French and is an experienced international linguist.
Peter is deeply interested in creative organizational change management and continues to explore through the arts. He has a background in performance arts and music, and studies violoncello and electronic music production. After graduation, he received a non-terminal MA in Clinical Psychology with his advancement to candidacy for the Doctorate in Psychology (PsyD) with CIIS. He is presently completing his pre-doctoral internship training at Mission Mental Health clinic alongside training to become a Lacanian psychoanalyst. The title of his dissertation is, "Research and treatment of combat veterans: An Integrative, evidence-based literature review." He also writes articles on trauma, research, and veterans issues, and is a contributing author to the forthcoming "Encyclopedia of Trauma," from Sage Publishers.