CIA agents and officials often pay a psychological price to protect us. By Ursula Wilder.
Dr. Ursula M. Wilder is a clinical psychologist with 16 years of Federal service in the Intelligence Community. She was a 2011-2012 Federal Executive Fellow at the Brookings Institution, where she studied the psychological rewards and challenges of professionals who work in counterterrorism.
Psychologist Ursula Wilder on the unseen physical and mental toll—and true heroes—of the espionage world.