Michael B. Brennan, PsyD., is a board-certified clinical psychologist, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Clinical Director of the Road Home Program for Veterans and the Families at Rush University Medical Center. He is also the Chief Observer Controller Trainer for Behavioral Health with the 7302nd Medical Training Support Battalion, U.S. Army Reserves in Madison, WI. Brennan served five years on active duty in the United States Army and going into his 4th in the United States Army Reserve. He was assigned to San Antonio Military Medical Center, and he became the first psychologist embedded within the 3d Cavalry Regiment at Fort Hood, Texas. He deployed to the eastern region of Afghanistan for nine months with the Regiment and was responsible for the mental health care of more than 7,000 military personnel. While stationed at Ft. Hood, he served as a clinician, consultant, teacher and administrator for more than 4,200 soldiers, 50 Commanders and 25 medical personnel. Now, he directs an intensive outpatient program at the Road Home Progam with veterans living with PTSD (both combat, non-combat and military sexual trauma related.) The Road Home Program covers all costs for warriors while they are receiving care to include treatment, travel, lodging, food and other miscellaneous items. The program is finding amazing results and broadcasting them to the mental health field through many articles, presentations, and studies. Stay tunned!