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    PTSD distribution for OND, OIF, and OEF: Army 67% of cases, Air Force 9%, Navy 11%, and Marines 13%.

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  • Physical
    Mental resiliency

    50% of those with PTSD do not seek treatment. Out of the half that seek treatment, only half of them get "minimally adequate" treatment. (RAND study)

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  • Continuing

    More active duty personnel died by suicide than in combat in 2012.

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High Ratings

Dr. Richard Doss consistently gets highest ratings on After Action Reports (AAR's). He is quoted by Fort Bragg in the Double Eagle Magazine and The Chicago Citizen Newspaper for his research on Suicides in the Military.

Sought After

Dr. Doss is frequently invited by Army Alcohol and Drug Control Officers to do Resiliency and Suicide Prevention training.


His talks resonate with Soldiers of all ranks as he creates a climate that encourages conversations that reduce suicidal ideations.

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Dr. Richard Doss is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who was the Suicide Prevention Program Manager for the 416th Theater Engineer Command where he was responsible for more than 13,000 Soldiers in 26 states. Certified in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Richard has trained thousands of Soldiers all over the country, including Puerto Rico. He earned his Masters and Doctorate degrees from The University of Mississippi in Oxford.


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  • Army Trained

    Dr. Doss tracked an 89% reduction in completed suicides at his last command. He later received the Civilian Medal of Service for his work with Soldiers.

  • Soldier Approved

    Richard teaches Soldiers how to fight the Kryptonite that is most likely to take them out. Learn what Kryptonite looks like so you recognize it when you see it.

  • Engaging

    Dr. Doss makes "Death by Powerpoint" a thing of the past. Often invited because people like him, he is invited back because he's good. Richard has a sense of humor that makes Soldiers feel comfortable talking.

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