Dr. Adrienne Bradford earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and has over thirty years of experience and training in public safety psychology and crisis intervention. Her diverse background includes previous employment as a college professor/ counseling center psychologist as well as working for over five years as an Operational Psychologist with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). She has extensive trauma and disaster response experience has worked in the aftermath of natural disasters and was also employed as a crisis responder during 9/11 and the 1996 Summer Olympics Centennial Park Bombing. Dr. Bradford has also served as a Critical Response Team Member for Delta Airlines responding to major aviation disasters. Dr. Bradford recently retired as the Chief Psychologist for the City of Atlanta, where she supervised the clinical/counseling services provided to over 8000 city employees, and over 25 different departments including Police and Fire, as well as those employees based at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, the world’s busiest airport. She currently maintains a thriving training/consulting business and provides specialized services to high-profile clients in the government, entertainment, and sports industries. Her work emphasizes optimal wellness and stress management, emotional resiliency, and promoting diversity in the workplace.