Dr. Kevin Becker PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and founding partner of ORI Consulting. For nearly 30 years he has specialized in the areas of psychological trauma and crisis. He served as a Fellow at Harvard University's Bureau of Study Counsel, was Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry and as VP with Marsh Crisis Consulting, where he worked with Ambassador Paul Bremer advising governments, and public and private organizations on how best to prepare for and respond to the human impacts of crisis. He served for 10 years as Director of The Trauma Center in Boston, an internationally renowned research and treatment facility specializing in psychological trauma and one of the first member agencies of the NCTSN. He has worked extensively with governments, organizations, and communities following major disasters such as 9/11; the 2004 Tsunami; Hurricane Katrina, the Kashmir earthquake in 2005, the Amish school shooting, the Sandy Hook/Newtown shootings, and the Boston Marathon bombings. He established and served as Program Director for the (AEAP) federally funded Resiliency Center for the survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings. He has assisted communities large and small, in preparing for and responding to a wide variety of tragedies ranging from high impact crimes to natural disasters. He was a founder and director of the Massachusetts Victim Assistance Academy, which trains multi-disciplinary crime victim service providers, and he serves as the Director of Training & Technical Assistance to the national network of victim assistance academies (SVAAs) for the Department of Justice/Office for Victims of Crime. He was founding chairperson of the Massachusetts Disaster Response Network for the Mass. Psychological Association. He is a member of the United Nations Task Force on Defining Transformation within the 2030 Development Agenda. And serves as a Board member for the media organization Images & Voices of Hope, dedicated to helping media makers tell stories in restorative narrative fashion. He consults nationally and internationally on a regular basis, has produced an award-winning documentary entitled PTSD: Beyond Survival, authored globally-distributed manuals on caring for children and adults following disaster and tragedy, and is a frequent speaker and trainer on issues of psychological trauma and crisis. His preferred methods of self-care are running and glassblowing.