Dr. Mark Russell, retired Navy Commander
Dr. Mark Russell is a retired Navy Commander and clinical psychologist with over 26-years of military service including 10-years enlisted in the Marine Corps. The son of a Korean and Vietnam War veteran and proud father of two Afghanistan War veterans. Dr. Russell is dual-Board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in clinical psychology and clinical child and adolescent psychology. Lead author of groundbreaking research on the generational cycle of preventable wartime behavioral health crises and the book: Treating Traumatic Stress Injuries in Military Personnel. Recipient of the Distinguished Psychologist Award by the Washington State Psychological Association for his sustained effort to transform military mental healthcare. Mark is the establishing Director, of Antioch University’s Institute of War Stress Injury, Recovery, and Social Justice, dedicated to promote equality of mental and physical health.