Dr. San Filippo is the Clinical Director for BlueLine Support of the Wounded Officers Initiative. He trains Peer Support Officers (PSOs) and Mental Health Providers (MHPs) to meet the mental health and emotional needs of active duty and retired law enforcement officers and their families. Additionally he coordinates and monitors the services and operations of BlueLine Support.
Dr. San Filippo also services as the Chair of the Graduate programs in Health Services Administration for the College of Professional Studies & Advancement at National Louis University. He also teaches online courses in critical thinking, health care administration & management, strategic management, leadership, ethics, consciousness studies, death, dying, bereavement, and near-death experiences.
Dr. San Filippo earned his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College, Columbia, MO. He earned a Masters of Arts in Counseling and Guidance from Rollins College, Winter Park, FL. He earned his Ph.D. in Human Science from Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA.
Dr. San Filippo is a member of the American Board of Vocational Expert, International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals, International Association of Near-Death Studies, and the National Association of Disability Representatives, and the Adult Higher Education Alliance.
Dr. San Filippo serves as a vocational expert involving workers’ compensation, personal injury, automobile, and social disability matters. He also represents disabled individuals before the Social Security Administration. Dr. San Filippo is a licensed mental health counselor, certified disability management specialist, a Florida qualified rehabilitation provider, and Quality Matters Master Peer Reviewer.
Dr. San Filippo served 8 years in the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman & Surgical Technician.
David "DOC" San Filippo, PH.D
So Their Sacrifice is Never Forgotten