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Everly Jr., George S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Main Office Address

702 Severnside Ave
Severna Park, MD  21146

Phone: 410-987-9846

E-mail: geverly@jhsph.edu


Education

1972

B.A.

University of Maryland

1974

M.A.

University of Maryland

1978

Ph.D.

University of Maryland

1985

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Harvard University

1986

Internship

Homewood Hospital Center, Johns Hopkins Health System


Professional Interests

  • Disaster Mental Health
  • Psychophysiology of Human Stress 
  • Psychological Trauma 
  • Personality Disorders 
  • Psychological first aid


Selected Publications

Everly, GS, Jr. (2007). Pastoral Crisis Intervention. Ellicott City, MD: Chevron.

Millon, T. & Everly, GS, Jr. (1985). Personality and Its Disorders. NY: Wiley.

Everly, G.S., Jr.,Sherman, M.F., Stapleton, A., Barnett, D.J., Hiremath, G.S. & Links, J.M. Workplace crisis interventions: A systematic review of effect sizes.  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 21, 153-170, 2006.

Smith, K., Davy, J., & Everly, GS., Jr. An assessment of construct distinctiveness of stress arousal and burnout. Psychological Reports, 99, 396-406, 2006.

Everly, GS., Jr., Phillips, S., Kane, D., & Feldman, D. Introduction to and overview of group psychological first aid. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 6, 130-136, 2006.

Everly, GS., Jr., & Flynn, B. Principles and practical procedures for acute psychological first aid training for personnel without mental health experience. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 8, 93-100, 2006.

Parker, CL, Everly, GS, Jr., Barnett, DJ., & Links, JM. Establishing evidence-informed core intervention competencies in psychological first aid for public health personnel. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 8, 83-92, 2006.

 

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