Steven Mark Southwick, M.D. Yale School of Medicne
Glenn H. Greenberg Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry
Steven Southwick is the Glenn H. Greenberg Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Resilience at the Yale University School of Medicine, former Director of the PTSD/Anxiety Disorders Clinical Program of VA Connecticut, and former Deputy Director of the Clinical Neuroscience Division of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. He has published extensively in the scientific literature on phenomenology and neurobiology of PTSD and resilience, and he has worked with a wide range of trauma survivors including combat veterans with PTSD, civilian children and adults with PTSD and very high functioning stress-resilient former prisoners of war, Navy Seals and active Special Forces soldiers. Dr. Southwick has been awarded numerous research and training grants, has been included in the Thompson list of Most Highly Cited Researchers and has been selected for Best Doctors in America each year from 1998-2018. He served in the United States Army 564th Military Police Company from 1968-1970.
Dr. Southwick has the following financial interests to disclose:
Author for Cambridge University Press, and receives royalty payments