Fires, Mudslides, Earthquakes, Shootings: Promoting Personal and Community Resiliency after Mass Trauma
Dr. Haynes is an associate professor in the Department of Health Promotion Sciences at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and behavioral sleep medicine specialist with an expertise in cognitive behavioral therapies for PTSD, depression, and insomnia. Her research examining sleep and stress has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the American Sleep Medicine Foundation. She has authored multiple publications in the area of traumatic stress, and she has substantial experience training mental health providers in the areas of sleep and stress recovery. She co-authored the CBT-I manual and training materials for mental health providers in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and she provided training to UA mental health providers during the 2011 Tucson shooting. Currently, she has a well-established partnership with the Tucson Fire Department, where she provides services to fire service members and assists in the establishment of behavioral health policies and programs designed to foster firefighter mental health and stress resiliency.
- Formulate ideas to promote connectedness and hope within your community.
- Describe evidence-based approaches to the promotion of resiliency for trauma-exposed individuals.
- Identify 5 essential elements of short-term mass trauma intervention.
This educational activity is jointly provided by the Western Region Public Health Training Center and the University of Arizona Continuing Nursing Education.
University of Arizona Continuing Professional Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Continuing Nursing Education Group, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
CPEU Accredited Provider number: 21216
CHES Provider number: 99036