David McDuff, M.D. is a sports psychiatrist who has worked with Olympic, professional, collegiate and club athletes and teams since 1996. At the professional level (NFL & MLB) he has served as the team psychiatrist and mental skills trainer for the Baltimore Ravens (1996-2013), Indianapolis Colts (2015-2018) and the Baltimore Orioles (1996-present). He is the author of the 2012 book “Sports Psychiatry: Strategies for Life Balance & Peak Performance” which has also been published in South Korea (2015) and Brazil (2018). In 2018 he was appointed to the International Olympic Committee’s Mental Health Consensus Panel and Working Group. In addition to his work in Sports, Dr. McDuff is a retired US Army Colonel with combat, command, and special operations experience and is currently a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore where he has served for the past 35 years. At the University of Maryland, he is the founding Director of its Addiction Research and Treatment Division as well as its Addiction Psychiatry and Medicine Fellowship Programs.