Rebecca Blood, PHD
Rebecca Blood, PHD
Director of Human Performance, Forensic Psychology
Dr. Blood has provided psychological services in a variety of settings to include active duty military facilities, the VA Medical Center, addiction medicine facilities, the Atlanta Medical Center, university counseling centers, social security disability evaluation centers, and the Shepherd Center (traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury rehabilitation facility).
Dr. Blood is a formally trained forensic psychologist and is licensed in the state of Texas. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from State University of New York at Buffalo, a M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Towson University, and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. In 2020, she completed an American Psychology Association-Accredited two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Forensic Psychology at Walter Reed National Memorial Medical Center. She holds a top-secret clearance, and in her role as a forensic psychologist, has consulted with various agencies to include Federal Bureau of Investigations, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC), Behavioral Analysis Unit (Crimes against Adults and Children, Counterterrorism, and Verbal and Written Threats), National Security Agency, and United States Army Intelligence and Security Command.
Dr. Blood currently serves as an active-duty psychologist in the United States Army, and she has treated Service Members in both deployed and garrison environments. She has held a variety of positions to include working as an aeromedical psychologist, clinic chief and supervisor, and instructor. Dr. Blood has experience in providing therapeutic treatment, conducting fitness for duty evaluations, suitability evaluations, security clearance evaluations, risk for future violence evaluations, and using sports psychology assessments to maximize team performance. She has also conducted psychological assessment and selection in support of Security Forces Assistance Command, Ranger Regiment, and the United States Army Commanders Assessment Program (CAP).
Additionally, Dr. Blood serves as a forensic psychologist for Medical Equation in West Lake Hills, Texas, for which she is involved in Workers' Compensation reviews. She also completes Independent Psychological Evaluations for Workers' Compensation cases. She is well-versed in providing expert testimony and consultation for court cases.
State University of New York at Buffalo, B.S. in Psychology
Towson University, M.A. in Psychology
Georgia State University, Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology
Internship, Clinical Psychology at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (Accredited by the American Psychological Association)
2-Year Postdoctoral Fellowship, Forensic Psychology at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (Accredited by the American Psychological Association
Active Medical Licenses