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Consulting Psychology in National Security Organizations

by Laurie B. Moret and Carroll H. Greene American Psychological Association
Pub Date:
01/2019
ISBN:
9781433830051
Format:
Pbk 168 pages
Price:
AU$89.00 NZ$93.04
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This book surveys the exciting opportunities that await psychologists in national security settings. The authors are experienced consulting psychologists who provide a richly detailed introduction for psychologists and graduate students. Their insider knowledge gives readers a rare glimpse into the workplace culture and group dynamics of national security organizations.


 


The authors offer tips and strategies to prepare consultants as they navigate complex challenges and procedures, such as the security clearance process. They identify important qualities, competencies, and interpersonal skills that consultants must possess to adapt to these organizations and deliver effective psychological services to operations and support personnel. Ethical dilemmas are also examined, particularly situations in which a psychologist''s professional and personal values may be tested by the nature of the work at hand.


 


Illustrative case vignettes bring to life the day-to-day roles and responsibilities of consulting psychologists, highlighting the importance of their contributions and how rewarding this work can be.

Series Editor's Foreword
Rodney L. Lowman

Introduction: Welcome to National Security Settings
1.The History of Psychological Consultation to National Security
2.Roles and Responsibilities of Consultants in National Security
3.Culture, Trust, and Consultant Credibility in National Security Settings
4.Consulting in National Security and Other Large Organizational Settings: Similarities and Differences
5.Key Competencies for National Security Work by Psychologists
6.Understanding the Security Clearance Process
7.Ethical Considerations in National Security Consulting

Afterword

Appendix A: Some Acronyms Commonly Used in National Security Settings

Appendix B: A Table of Military Ranks

References

Index

About the Authors

Laurie B. Moret, PhD, is a consulting psychologist working as a leadership and organizational development consultant and coach in national security. She received her doctorate in psychology from Arizona State University. Previously, Dr. Moret was a senior client partner in Korn/Ferry International’s Washington, DC, office; a senior vice president of organizational consulting at Rights Management; and a member of that firm’s Coaching and Leadership Development Centers of Excellence. She is also a disaster response volunteer with the American Psychological Association and the American Red Cross. Laurie Moret lives in Arlington, VA.

Carroll H. Greene III, PhD, is a consulting psychologist supporting operations primarily in national security organizations. He received his PhD in counseling psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University; is certified in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology; and is a Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape psychologist with the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency. Dr. Greene, a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, is licensed in Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida and has worked as a psychologist in diverse public, private, and governmental settings since 1975. Carroll Greene lives in Surf City, NC.