Ingrid Yee, PhD: is a military spouse, mother of three boys and a Clinical and Research Psychologist. She received her PhD from the University of Vermont and served as a Clinical Fellow for several years at Harvard University. Since that time, she has been in private practice, specializing in trauma and treating military families. She has also been an educator, speaker, advocate and researcher. Her research has focused on predicting for future suicide risk among military service members as well as in resiliency among domestic violence survivors. Ingrid is the founder of Military Spouse Behavioral Health Clinicians (MSBHC). MSBHC connects military spouse behavioral health clinicians with information, resources, and the tools necessary to help them on their journey as clinicians, all while working towards developing solutions to our military’s mental health crisis. She was named the Armed Forces Insurance National Guard Spouse of the Year in 2014 and received the Edith Hendley Award for outstanding contributions to the lives of women through teaching, research, and advocacy. Ingrid has been published extensively, including interviews with CNN, NBC News, HealthLine, Stars and Stripes, Military Times and the National Guard’s GX Magazine, among others. She serves on several advisory boards including the Association of the United States Army and Give an Hour, and is a subject matter expert on military and family mental health issues. She was recently the Director of Military and Veteran’s Policy at the National Alliance on Mental Illness, but currently manages the Military Spouse Mental Health Pipeline Project with the National Military Family Association.