Licensed MSW Therapist familiar with client assessments, treatment planning and ongoing evaluations. Well-versed in effective intervention and assessment techniques. Successful at helping clients unravel physical, mental and emotional layers to identify root causes of problems and develop strong coping skills for diverse scenarios. Proficient in interdisciplinary collaboration with passion for leaving positive impact on patient lives.
SKILLS AND ACTIVITIES:
Board for Deaf Care at Bay Area Deaf Community
Board for ASL Advisory Council at University of Rochester Medical Center
Board for Patient Advisory Council at University of Rochester Medical Center
Board for Partner of Deaf Health
Co-Chairperson for Deaf Health Fair
Board for National Center Deaf Health Research
Volunteer Coordinator for Rochester Deaf Festival
Board of Director for Advocacy Service for Deaf Abused Victims
Certified facilitator for Deaf Parents Program
Certified Ten-day Intensive Training Course in Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Certified Trainer for Advocacy Service for Deaf Abused Victims
Certified Trainer for Karamos Breast Cancer Awareness for Deaf Women
Volunteer Coordinator for Advocacy Service for Deaf Abused Victims
National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health (2005). "Computer Training and DBT-Skills for BPD Abuse Abusers." $45,944. This is a supplement to the above-titled grant, specifically for the Deaf Wellness Center to produce two DBT skills films for use with Deaf patients. Role: Script developer, actor. Principal Investigator: Linda Dimeff, PhD., Behavioral Tech Research, Inc.
National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research, US Department of Education (2003-2008). "Toward equity: Innovative, Collaborative Research on Interpreter Training, DBT, & Psychological Testing." $1,499,395. #H133A031105 Principal Investigator: Robert Pollard, PhD.
O'Hearn, A., Pollard, R. & Haynes, S. (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for deaf client: Cultural and linguistic modifications for outpatient mental health settings. I. Leigh (Ed). Psychotherapy with Deaf Clients from Diverse Groups (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Cerulli, C., Pollard, R.Q. Jr., Thew, D., Mastrocinque, J., Smith, C., DeWindt, L., Haynes, S., Kelstone, K. & Chin, N. (in press). What can we learn? Examining intimate partner violence service provision in the Deaf community. Journal of Community Psychology.
Haynes, S., Teague, J., May, M. & Mahoney, J. 2019. Where can I find help from counseling? in Fremont CA (May)
Haynes, S. 2017. Awareness and Sensitivity of Functional Needs for the Professional Mental Health Worker in Philadelphia LA. (September)
Haynes, S. & DeWindt, L. 2014. Making DBT Work for Deaf Patients: Cultural and Linguistic Adaptions: Aspire Agency in Indianapolis IN. (November)
Haynes, S. & Guerci, A. 2013. TIPS for Staying Mentally Healthy. (October)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. 2013. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with Deaf Patients: Hand-On Practice! (September)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. 2013. Culturally & Linguistically Accessible Evidence Based Treatment for Deaf Client. (September)
Haynes, S. & Thew, D. 2013. Result Of A Study Intimate Partner Violence Affecting The Deaf Community. (May)
Haynes, S. & DeWindt, L. 2013. Managing Home & Work Stress. (March)
Haynes, S. & Whyte, A, NCC. 2011. DWC's New IPV Grant: Factors Influencing Partner Violence Perpetration Affecting Deaf Individuals. (April)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. 2011. Making DBT Work for Deaf Patients: Cultural and Linguistic Adaptions. Bristol, England. (May)
Haynes, S. 2008. Issues In working with Deaf Victims. Alternated Battered Women. (May)
Haynes, S. (2008). Domestic Violence: Relationship Good or Bad?. (May)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. (2008) Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Deaf Consumers. The NYS Office of Mental Health, Orange County Department of Mental Health and Independent Living INC. (April)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. (2008). Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Deaf Consumers. Office of Deaf Services, Clinical Training on Deafness, Montgomery, Alabama. (March)
Haynes, S. (2008) Bridging the Communication Gap. Nursing presentation. University of Rochester Medical Center. (March)
Haynes, S. & Pollard, R.Q. (2007) A Look at the Deaf Wellness Center and Services to Deaf Patients. Social Work Presentation. University of Rochester Medical Center (August).
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. (2007). Making DBT Work for Deaf Patients: Cultural and Linguistic Adaption. Presentation. Advances IN Best Practice at Kentucky International Convention Center, Louisville, Kentucky. (May).
Pollard, R. Q., O'Hearn, A., Haynes, S. & Chapel, S. (2007). DBT film adaptation "From the Deaf Perspective: Opposite Action and Radical Acceptance." Presentation and panel discussion hosted by the counseling staff of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. (March).
Haynes, S., Tanga, A., & Pollard, R. Q. (2007). A deaf individual's report of auditory hallucinations: Do psychosis symptoms differ in deaf vs hearing patients? Grand Round (clinician care review). Presentation. Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. (February).
O'Hearn, A., Ralston, F., Chapel, S., Haynes, S., Sidman, S. & GoldBrunson, J (2006). Group therapy modification for deaf clients. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA. (August).
O'Hearn, A., Haynes, S., Chapel, S. & Pollard, R. Q. (2006) Making DBT work for deaf clients: Cultural and linguistic modifications. Grand Rounds presentation. Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. (April)
Haynes, S. & O'Hearn, A. (2006). Bullying, It's Everybody's Business. Presentation. RIT Inn, Rochester, NY. (March)
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