Research & Publications
Jason DeViva is a clinical psychologist who currently works with the VA Connecticut Health Care System as part of the posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders treatment program. He serves as co-director of the PTSD Clinical Team and is a PTSD mentor for VA's New England region. He is the military sexual trauma coordinator for VA Connecticut and the VA military sexual trauma point of contact for the New England region. He is a national lead trainer for the VA's dissemination of cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia and a regional trainer and national consultant for the dissemination of cognitive processing therapy for PTSD. He has worked in the VA system for the past 19 years, treating veterans of all eras with posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders. He has published numerous papers on sleep in individuals with PTSD and on factors related to engagement with and completion of evidence-based psychotherapy for PTSD. He is co-author of an award-winning book for family and loved ones of individuals with posttraumatic stress.
Education & Training
- Postdoctoral FellowDartmouth Medical School (2003)
- Predoctoral InternBattle Creek VA Medical Center (2001)
- PhDUniversity of Hawaii (2001)