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Dr. Shauna Springer is an American Psychologist serving as the Chief Psychologist for Stella Center, in partnership with Sterling Partners and Trauma Specialist Eugene Lipov. Dr. Springer previously served as the Director of the Suicide Prevention and Postvention Initiative at Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. She is a licensed psychologist who counsels military veterans and those with Posttraumatic stress disorder. She is commonly called "Doc Springer".
Springer served as a psychologist in a department of veteran affairs behavioral health clinic in California, counseling Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to cope with combat trauma. Her suicide prevention work (the Warrior Box Project) has been featured on NPR, the NBC nightly news, KCBS radio, and Veterans Voices. She also speaks on the monthly television program Veterans Voices of Contra Costa County.
- 2012 - Marriage, for Equals: The Successful Joint (Ad)Ventures of Well-Educated Couples
- 2019 - Beyond the Military
- 2020 - Warrior: How to Support Those Who Protect Us
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