About Dr. Bartlett
Dr. Mary Bartlett is a licensed professional counselor and serves as an independent behavioral health
consultant on resilience, risk reduction, and suicide prevention. With a doctorate in Counselor Education from
Auburn University, her professional credentials include certification as a national counselor, family life
educator, military family life consultant, and she is an Alabama counseling supervisor.
Presently, she works for the United States Air Force (USAF) Air University at the Air Command and Staff College where she teaches in the Leadership Department, and leverages her training to infuse wellness-based courses into USAF
Professional Military Education courses.
Dr. Bartlett is an authorized trainer for the Suicide Prevention Resource Center and the American Association of Suicidology, is an Army National Guard qualified Master Resilience Trainer, has completed the Air Force Resilience Training program, and has published research, manuscripts, and book chapters on suicide prevention and intervention. She speaks internationally on her areas of research and various mental health related topics.