Dr. Gregory Mabry (2016)
A major in the U.S. Army and a 12-year combat veteran, Dr. Mabry is a Behavioral Science Officer and Deputy Chief for the Department of Behavioral Health, stationed at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. He is responsible for the direct patient care of more than 30,000 soldiers and their families. A 2012 graduate of CalSouthern’s Doctor of Psychology program, Dr. Mabry has also worked to enhance the mental health resiliency of soldiers throughout the training, deployment and re-deployment cycles, mitigating suicidal risk factors among this population. He has been published in academic journals, addressing subjects including the combat soldier’s internal struggle to seek mental health care, and the psychological assessment of military leaders upon returning from combat zones. Dr. Mabry recently received a faculty nomination to teach at West Point. He has also been nominated by the military as an Army Astronaut Candidate to NASA. Inducted into the National ROTC Hall of Fame, he is recognized as one of the best officers the Army has produced over the last 100 years.