Beyond the Uniform Episode 3: Women in Military Psychology Part 1: An interview with the Clinical Psychology Consultant to the Army Surgeon General
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LTC (P) Deb Engerran shares candid and personal accounts while serving as an Army Psychologist and how she has navigated challenges of sexism to rise through the ranks and serve in some of the top positions in Army Psychology. As she shares her successes and how at times she missed the mark, our listeners will gain valuable insights to developing skills to interact with commanders, finding their seat at the table, and how to advocate for themselves in a professional and effective manner.
LTC (P) Engerran has served in Army Psychology for the past 19 years in various leadership positions and is currently the Clinical Psychology Consultant to the Army Surgeon General. Her experience in both combat and training settings has given her a unique perspective on Military Psychology. Her professional interests include mentoring junior Psychologists and advocating for mental health for Service Members. She is a graduate of the American School of Professional Psychology and Board-Certified Psychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology.