Christopher Frueh, Ph.D.

Professor, Psychology and Psychiatry, University of Hawaii, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston Methodist Academic Institute

B. Christopher Frueh, PhD is a clinical psychologist, Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX; and Adjunct Professor, Psychiatry in Neurosurgery, Houston Methodist Academic Institute.  He is also a speaker and contributor to the Talent War Group, and a Performance Specialist with Gray Ghost Solutions – a Houston-based group that provides private and government sector solutions to include medical and security concerns.  He has thirty years of professional experience working with military veterans and active-duty personnel, and has conducted clinical trials, epidemiology, historical, and neuroscience research, primarily with psychiatric patients, prisoners, and combat veterans.  He has co-authored over 300 scientific publications (h-Index = 83; total scientific citations > 20,000), including a current graduate textbook on adult psychopathology.  Professionally, he has worked with combat veterans since 1991.  More recently he has devoted much of his time to the Quick Reaction Foundation (QRF) in Houston, the Medical Advisory Committee, PTSD Foundation of America, SEAL Future Foundation, and to the military special operations community.

He has consulted to US Congress, Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, US State Department, and the National Board of Medical Examiners.  He has also published commentaries in the National Review, Huffington Post, New York Times, Time and Washington Post; and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Washington Post, Scientific American, Stars and Stripes, USA Today, Men’s Health, and Los Angeles Times, among others.