Brian Klassen, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center and staff psychologist in the Road Home Program: Center for Veterans and Their Families. As a clinician, Dr. Klassen provides individual and group psychotherapy to both combat veterans and survivors of military sexual trauma. Dr. Klassen is particularly interested in moral injury as well as psychotherapeutic mechanisms of change. He has presented scholarly work at the annual meetings of the American Psychological Association and the Research Society on Alcoholism and he has published his research in the Journal of Traumatic Stress and the Journal of American College Health among others. A graduate of Calvin College (Grand Rapids, MI) and Wayne State University (Detroit, MI), Dr. Klassen completed his clinical training in the PTSD, substance use disorder, and chronic pain clinics of the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Chicago, IL.