Dr. Lisa Grossman, President and Founder of SMR Performance Consulting, is an expert in performance psychology and mental health training with extensive experience working with military and law enforcement agencies, healthcare providers, combat and wounded veterans, corporations and employees, and professional athletes. In addition to providing training and consulting services through SMR, Dr. Grossman is an instructor at St. Johns River State College’s Criminal Justice Academy. As an Adjunct Faculty member, she oversees the Officer Health and Wellness curriculum and teaches recruits as well as FDLE advanced courses to law enforcement officers from around the state. She has served as the Peak Performance Center Director at Wounded Warrior Project’s TRACK Program where she provided mental skills training to wounded veterans transitioning into civilian life while combating PTSD, TBI, and other injuries sustained. Over the years, she has offered her knowledge and expertise in biofeedback training to develop educational and training protocols for the US Army’s Center for Enhanced Performance as well as for a biofeedback company where she served as the Clinical Program Manager. Dr. Grossman is also a member of the Integrative Care Team at Wolfson Children's Hospital which focuses on Complementary and Alternative Medicine used to better serve patients and their families. Lisa Grossman was awarded a Doctoral Degree in Educational Psychology from Florida State University where she specialized in Performance Psychology, is a Board Certified Athletic Trainer with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, and is Board Certified in Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. In addition, Dr. Grossman has completed a number of training programs including Critical Incident Stress Management through the ICISF, Mental Health First-Aid, ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training), and the Crisis Intervention Training Certified Coordinator Course through CIT International.