David Wee received his B.A. in Social Welfare from the University of California Berkeley and his Master of Science Social Work from the University of Wisconsin Madison, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in California. Mr. Wee employed by the City of Berkeley as Program Supervisor, Mobile Crisis Team and Mental Health Disaster Coordinator. He has extensive disaster mental health experience at the local, state, and national levels as a responder, trainer, manager, and planner. He is an ICISF Trained Trainer for the Group Crisis Intervention, Advanced Group Crisis Intervention, and Terrorism: Psychological Impact and Interventions courses. He is adjunct faculty at the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, California Specialized Training Institute, an instructor at UC Berkeley Extension, and faculty California State University Eastbay. He has presented at the Tri-Service Combat Stress Conference, Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Mr. Wee is also a respected, author, researcher, and has published research studies in the areas of disaster worker stress, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, Compassion Fatigue, and workplace violence. He co-authored the book, Disaster Mental Health: A Primer for Mental Health Practionners.