Catherine L. Phillips is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta. She is a senior teacher trainer of Mindfulness Based Programs, has contributed to publications and international work in this field, and pioneered the integration of mindfulness into clinical practice in Western Canada through her organization developed in 2009- The Mindfulness Institute.ca. She is a psychotherapy supervisor, has taught and offered seminars, courses and workshops at the University of Alberta and Canadian Psychiatric Association Annual Conference, and has been an invited speaker, workshop leader, and mindfulness teacher across Canada. For almost 17 years Catherine worked as Consultant Psychiatrist at Edmonton Health Services Clinic (EHSC), Edmonton Garrison, Department of National Defense, where she witnessed and directly experienced Canadian military culture. Her resulting professional and personal moral distress led to her co-developing the first EHSC Ethics Committee, which she co-chaired 2017 - 2020. Catherine’s unique combination of backgrounds in Psychiatry, Trauma, Psychotherapies, Mindful Meditation/Programs, Interpersonal and Systems Dynamics, combined with her observations and experience of workplace bullying, harassment, and mobbing within one of the most highly publicized cultures in Canada– the Department of National Defence - offer a highly specialized, unique and in-depth perspective from which to contribute to the Global #BulliedToo Movement. Catherine is humbled and honoured to contribute her experience and learnings to the #BulliedToo Movement– an endeavour critical to the psychological safety, mental and physical health of workers everywhere and to that of our Global Community.