Cheryl Camarillo, LCSWI graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors and a Masters of Science in Social Work. I have been licensed as a social worker since 1994 and as an independent practitioner since 1998. Early on, my specialty areas for counseling were children and abuse. For the past 6 years, I have worked with the military in addressing resiliency. As a civilian, I served the Army as a subject matter expert and instructor trainer. My main mission was to establish a prevention programming for stress and burnout among military medical providers (known as the Provider Resiliency Training Program). Special skill areas included training from Harvardís Benson-Henry Institute, and Dr. Gordonís Center for Mind Body Medicine. I served as a team leader in developing a 1 week course that used resiliency theories, mindbody medicine techniques, and self-care planning to combat the stress of a medical system in a war time setting. I contributed to two articles that were published in the Army Medical Department Center and School Journal. In the past year, I moved toward resiliency work with families of wounded warriors. Currently, I have opened the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance (PROCEP), a center that offers neurofeedback, counseling, and educational support groups.