Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Clinical Psychologist, PTSD Specialty Care Clinic, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System
Investigator, Center for Mental Healthcare and Outcomes Research (CeMHOR), Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System
Dr. Griffin is a a clinical psychologist with fellowship training in trauma-related mental health conditions. He studies the effectiveness and implementation of trauma-focused treatments to improve mental health for Veterans, healthcare workers, and first responders. Specifically, Dr. Griffin is most recognized for his work on moral injury, defined as the health-related consequences of witnessing or participating in highly stressful events that transgress one’s personal moral values (e.g., killing in war, medical triage).
Research interests: Hybrid approaches to assessing clinical effectiveness and implementation; trauma-related mental health conditions including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and moral injury; statistical methods (psychometric development, structural equation modeling, meta-analysis)
Current Publications (2017-2020)
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