Meaghan Mobbs is a clinical psychology predoctoral fellow at Columbia University where she researches, speaks, and writes extensively about modern day military and veteran issues. The lead blogger of Psychology Today’s only military and veteran centered blog, The Debrief, her work also appears in Task & Purpose, Chronicles of Higher Education, Clinical Psychology Review, and various other publications. A clinician-in-training, Meaghan specializes in working with veterans in therapy. A Tillman Scholar and George W. Bush Institute Scholar, Meaghan is a West Point graduate, former Army captain, and Afghanistan veteran. She holds a Masters degree in Forensic Psychology from George Washington University and is the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards. Currently, she is a Presidential appointee to the United States Military Academy, Board of Visitors.