2013 CONFERENCE PRESENTER
DR. STEPHEN BOWLES
Associate Professor of Behavioral Science, National Defense University
Dr. Stephen V. Bowles is a Colonel in the US Army and currently serves as Associate Professor of Behavioral Science at the National Defense University and an Adjunct Faculty at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He has been awarded the Army Surgeon General "A" proficiency designator for his contributions as a health care professional in the military. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology and he is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in clinical health psychology. He is a currently serving as the Past President and Chair of the Healthy Psychological Workplace of the District of Columbia Psychology Association. His current research and interest are in individual, couples, organizational and leader’s resilience and well-being, deployment psychology, integrative medicine practices, psychological and family fitness, sports psychology, assessing, developing, and coaching strategic leaders.
The Myths and Realities of Military Culture Today
Presenter(s): Julia Gaspar-Bates, President, Intercultural Alliances; Dr. Mark Bates, Director, Resilience and Prevention Directorate, Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE); Dr. Stephen V. Bowles, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science, National Defense University; Ivonne Arena, Deputy Chief of Staff, Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE); Captain Chandler Swallow, Associate Professor, Economics Department, Afghanistan & Pakistan Fellows Program Coordinator, Eisenhower School, National Defense University