Current Positions

Sleep & Human Health Institute, Medical Director & Principal Investigator, Albuquerque, NM

Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences, Ltd., Medical Director, Albuquerque, NM

High Plains Sleep Disorders Laboratory, Medical Director, Clovis, NM

Los Alamos Medical Center Sleep Disorders Laboratory, Medical Director, Los Alamos, NM

Center for Sleep Medicine & Nightmare Treatment, Medical Director, Web-Based Enterprise

Sleep Treatment, Medical Director, Web-Based Enterprise

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Adjunct Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine & Psychiatry, Albuquerque, NM

Contact and Websites

Maimonides Sleep Arts & Sciences

6739 Academy NE, Ste 380, Albuquerque NM, 87109

Phone: 505-998-7200

FAX: 998-7220

Sleep Center & Institute: www.sleeptreatment.com

Nightmare Treatment Center: www.nightmaretreatment.com

Sleep Dynamic Therapy™ Blog www.sleepdynamictherapy.com

Sleep & Human Health Institute: www.sleepingresearch.org

Sound Sleep, Sound Mind www.soundsleepsoundmind.com

Recent past positions

Associate Research Professor of Emergency Medicine & Psychiatry,

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

 

University Hospital Sleep Disorders Center, Medical Director

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

 

UNM Sleep Research�Medical Director & Principal Investigator,

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

 

Licensure

State of New Mexico 84-207 - November 19, 1984 to Present

 

Certifications

American Board of Sleep Medicine - April 25, 1994 - Present

American Board of Internal Medicine - September 10,1986 - Present

 

Residency & Fellowship Training

March 1993 - May 1993 Stanford University Sleep Disorders Center Mini-Fellowship

July 1984 - July 1986 University of New Mexico Hospital - Internal Medicine Residency

June 1983 - June 1984 University of New Mexico Hospital - Internal Medicine Internship

Medical Education

1983 University of Maryland School of Medicine

Baltimore, Maryland - August 1979 to May 1983

Graduation: May 20, 1983 - magna cum laude

Honors: Alpha Omega Alpha, The Honor Medical Society

Committees: Curriculum Coordination 1979-1980

Past Positions

1997-1999 University Hospital Sleep Disorders Center, Medical Director

Faculty Attending delivering care to the complete spectrum of sleep disorders patients, and interpreting diagnostic polysomnograms

 

1992-2000 UNM Sleep Research, Principal Investigator & Medical Director

Clinical Researcher in the area of chronic nightmares, post?traumatic stress disorder and sleep disturbances

 

1993-2000 University Hospital Sleep Disorders Center, Sleep Specialist

Clinical Sleep Specialist providing the full spectrum of care in clinical sleep medicine

 

1986-1994 University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry

Faculty Attending delivering care to the complete spectrum of emergency

medicine patients and teaching of medical students and residents.

 

Publications
Books

Sound Sleep, Sound Mind: 7 Keys to Sleeping through the Night. Dr. Barry Krakow, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York. (October, 2007)

Insomnia Cures: Sleep Hygiene, Practice Makes Permanent. Barry Krakow, M.D. The New Sleepy Times. January 2002.

Turning Nightmares Into Dreams. Authorized Audio Series and Treatment Workbook for New Dream Therapy. Barry Krakow, M.D. Designed & Edited by Jessica Krakow. The New Sleepy Times. March 2002.

Conquering Bad Dreams & Nightmares: A Guide to Understanding, Interpretation and Cure. Barry Krakow, M.D. & Joseph Neidhardt, M.D. The Berkley Publishing Group. New York. October 1992.

English Version, October, 1992.

German Translation, August, 1995.

Chapter: Krakow B. Imagery Rehearsal Therapy for Chronic Posttraumatic Nightmares: A Mind's Eye View. IN: Dreams & Cognitive Therapy. Ed. Rachael Rosnar. Springer Publications 2003.

Research Papers

Krakow B, Ulibarri V, Melendrez DC, Kikta S, Togami L.  A daytime, abbreviated cardio-respiratory sleep study (CPT 95807-52) to acclimate insomnia patients with sleep-disordered breathing to positive airway pressure        (PAP-NAP).  Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine (in press).

Krakow B, Haynes P, Warner TD, Melendrez DC, Sisley B, Johnston L,Hollifield, M, Lee SA. 2007. Clinical sleep disorder profiles in a large sample of trauma survivors: an interdisciplinary view of posttraumatic sleep disturbance. Sleep & Hypnosis (in press).

Krakow B. 2007. Physiological sleep disorders among treatment-responsive depressed patients with residual cognitive and physical symptoms. [Letter] Journal of Clinical Psychiatry September 2007

Krakow B, Krakow J, Eberle F. 2007. Polysomnography in sleep maintenance insomnia patients.[Letter]Ann Clin Psychiatry 19(1):53-4.

Moore BA, Krakow B. 2007. Imagery rehearsal therapy for acute posttraumatic nightmares among combat soldiers in Iraq. [Research Letter] Am J Psychiatry 164(4):683-4.

Krakow B. Nightmare complaints in treatment-seeking patients in clinical sleep medicine settings: diagnostic and treatment implications. 2006 SLEEP 29(10):1313-1319

Krakow B. Potential impact of sleep disorders treatment in fibromyalgia patients [Letter]. 2006. Archives of Internal Medicine 166:1323.

Krakow B, Melendrez DC, Sisley B, Warner TD, Krakow JK, Leahigh L, Lee SA. 2006. Nasal dilator strip therapy in the treatment of chronic sleep maintenance insomnia and suspected sleep-disordered breathing: a randomized, controlled study. Sleep and Breathing 10:16-28.

Krakow B, Zadra A. Clinical management of chronic nightmares: imagery rehearsal therapy. 2006. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 4:45-70.

Krakow B, Melendrez DC, Warner TD, Clark JO, Sisley BN, Dorin R, Harper R, Leahigh LK, Lee SA, Sklar D, Hollifield M. 2006. Signs and symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing in trauma survivors: a matched comparison with classic sleep apnea patients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 194:433-439.

Cukrowicz KC, Otamendi A, Pinto JV, Bernert RA, Krakow B, Joiner TE. 2006. The impact of insomnia and sleep disturbances on depression and suicidality. Dreaming 16:1-10.

Bernert RA, Joiner, TE, Cukrowicz KC, Schmidt NB, Krakow B. Suicidality and sleep disturbances. 2005. SLEEP 28:1135-1141.

Germain A, Hall M, Krakow B, Shear MK, & Buysse DJ. 2005. A brief sleep scale for posttraumatic stress disorder: Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index Addendum for PTSD. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 19:233-244.

Germain A, Krakow B, Faucher B, Zadra A, Nielsen T, Hollifield M, Warner TD, Koss M. 2004.Increased mastery elements associated with imagery rehearsal treatment for nightmares in sexual assault survivors with PTSD. Dreaming. 14:195-206.

Krakow B. 2004. An emerging interdisciplinary sleep medicine perspective on the high prevalence of co-morbid sleep-disordered breathing and insomnia. Sleep Medicine. 5:431-433.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Sisley B, Warner TD, Krakow J. 2004. Nasal dilator strip therapy for chronic sleep maintenance insomnia: a case series. Sleep and Breathing 8:133-40.

Hollifield M, Eckert V, Warner TD, Jenkins JH, Krakow B, Ruiz J, Westermeyer J. 2004. Development of an inventory for measuring war-related events in refugees. Comprehensive Psychiatry 46:67-80.

Krakow B, Melendrez DC, Lee SA, Warner TD, Clark JO, Sklar D. 2004. Refractory insomnia and sleep-disordered breathing: a pilot study. Sleep & Breathing 8(1):15-29.

Krakow B, Haynes PL, Warner TD, Santana E, Melendrez DC, Johnston L, Hollifield, M, Sisley B, Koss, M, Shafer, L. 2004. Nightmares, insomnia, and sleep-disordered breathing in fire evacuees seeking treatment for posttraumatic sleep disturbance. Journal of Traumatic Stress 17:257-268.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Haynes P. 2003. Integrating psychosocial and biomedical CPAP adherence models. Sleep Medicine Reviews 7(5):441-444.

Chung KF, Krakow B, Melendrez D, Warner TD, Sisley B. 2003. Relationships between insomnia and sleep-disordered breathing. Chest 123: 310-313. [Letter & Author Reply]

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Warner TD, Dorin R, Harper R, Hollifield M. 2002. To breathe, perchance to sleep:sleep-disordered breathing and chronic insomnia among trauma survivors. Sleep and Breathing 6(4):189-198.

Krakow B, Melendrez DC, Johnston LG, Clark JO, Santana EM, Warner TD, Hollifield MA, Schrader R, Sisley BN, Lee SA. 2002. Sleep dynamic therapy for Cerro Grande Fire evacuees with posttraumatic stress symptoms: a preliminary report. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 63:673-684.

Krakow, Melendrez, Johnston, Clark, Pacheco, Warner, Pedersen, Koss, Hollifield, Schrader. 2002. Sleep-disordered breathing, psychiatric distress, and quality of life impairment in sexual assault survivors. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 190:442-452.

Krakow B, Schrader R, Tandberg D, Hollifield M, Koss M, Yau CL, Cheng D. 2002. Nightmare frequency in sexual assault survivors with PTSD. J of Anxiety Disorders 16(2):175-190.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Ferreira E, Clark J, Warner TD, Sisley B, Sklar D. 2001. Prevalence of insomnia symptoms in sleep-disordered breathing patients. Chest 121:1923-1929.

Krakow B, Johnston L, Melendrez D, Hollifield M, Warner TD, Herlan M, Chavez-Kennedy D. 2001. An open-label trial of evidenced-based cognitive-behavioral therapies for nightmares and insomnia in crime victims with PTSD. American Journal of Psychiatry 158:2043-2047.

Krakow B, Germain A, Warner TD, Schrader R , Koss M, Hollifield M, Tandberg D, Melendrez, D, Johnston, L. 2001. The relationship of sleep quality and posttraumatic stress to potential sleep disorders in sexual assault survivors with nightmares, insomnia and PTSD. J of Traumatic Stress 14:647-665.

Krakow B, Sandoval D, Schrader R, Kuehne B, McBride L, Yau C, Tandberg D. 2001. Treatment of chronic nightmares in adjudicated adolescent girls in a residential facility. J of Adolescent Health 29(2):94-100

Krakow B, Hollifield M, Johnston L, Koss M, Schrader R, Warner TD, Tandberg D, Lauriello J, McBride L, Cutchen L, Cheng D, Emmons S, Germain A, Melendrez D, Sandoval D, Prince H. 2001. Imagery rehearsal therapy for chronic nightmares in sexual assault survivors with posttraumatic stress disorder. The Journal of the American Medical Association 286:537-545.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Pedersen B, Johnston L, Hollifield M, Germain A, Koss M, Warner TD, Schrader R. 2001. Complex insomnia: insomnia and sleep-disordered breathing in a consecutive series of crime victims with nightmares and PTSD Biological Psychiatry 49(11):948-953.

Krakow B, Artar A, Warner TD, Melendrez D, Johnston L, Hollifield M, Germain A, Koss M. 2000. Sleep disorder, depression, and suicidality in female sexual assault survivors. Crisis�The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 21(4):163-170.

Krakow B, Lowry C, Germain A, Gaddy L, Hollifield M, Koss M, Tandberg D, Johnston L, Melendrez D. 2000. A retrospective study on improvements in nightmares and posttraumatic stress disorder following treatment for co-morbid sleep-disordered breathing. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 49(5):291-298.

Krakow B, Hollifield M, Schrader R, Koss M, Tandberg D, Lauriello J, McBride L, Warner, TD, Cheng D, Edmond T, Kellner R. 2000. A controlled study of imagery rehearsal for chronic nightmares in sexual assault survivors with PTSD: a preliminary report. Journal of Traumatic Stress 13(4):589-609.

Krakow B, Germain A, Tandberg, D, Koss M, Schrader R, Hollifield M, Cheng D & Edmond T. 2000. Sleep breathing and sleep movement disorders masquerading as insomnia in sexual assault survivors with PTSD. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 41:49-56.

Krakow B, Kellner R, Pathak D, Lambert L. 1996. Long term reductions in nightmares treated with imagery rehearsal. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 24:135-148.

Krakow B, Tandberg D, Scriggins L, Barey M. l995. A controlled comparison of self?rated sleep complaints in acute and chronic nightmare sufferers. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 183(10):623-627.

Krakow B, Kellner R, Pathak D, and Lambert L. 1995. Imagery rehearsal treatment for chronic nightmares. 1995. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 33(7)837-843.

Krakow B, Tandberg D, Barey M, and Scriggins L. 1995. Nightmares and sleep disturbance in sexually assaulted women. Dreaming, 5(3)199-206.

Krakow, B., Hauswald, M., Tandberg, D. and Sklar, D. 1994. Floating nights: a five year experience with an innovative schedule in a university emergency department. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12(5):517-520.

Krakow B, Kellner R, Neidhardt J, and Pathak D. 1993. Imagery rehearsal treatment of chronic nightmares: with a thirty month follow-up. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 24(4):325-330.

Kellner R, Neidhardt J, Krakow B, and Pathak D. 1992. Changes in chronic nightmares after one session of desensitization or rehearsal of instructions. American Journal of Psychiatry, 149:659-663.

Neidhardt J, Krakow B, Kellner R, and Pathak D. 1992. The beneficial effects of one treatment session and recording of nightmares on chronic nightmare sufferers. Sleep, 15(5):470-473.

Research Papers in Submission

Krakow B, Ulibarri V, Melendrez DC, Kikta S, Togami L. A daytime, abbreviated cardio-respiratory sleep study (CPT 95807-52) to acclimate insomnia patients with sleep-disordered breathing to positive airway pressure (PAP-NAP).

Peer-Reviewed Research Abstracts

Krakow B, Melendrez D, 2007. Respiratory Disturbance Index In Chronic Insomnia Patients Without Sleep Breathing Symptoms. Sleep 30 (Suppl) : A272

Ulibarri V, Krakow B, Melendrez D, Shara K, Laura T, 2007. A Pilot Study On A Brief, Daytime Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Therapy Procedure To Enhance PAP Adherence. Sleep 30 (Suppl) : A347

Haynes PL, Krakow B, Warner TD, Melendrez D, Hollifield M, Koss M. 2003. PTSD: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder or Posttraumatic Sleep Disorders? Sleep 26 (Suppl): A958.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Sisley BN, Warner TD, Lee SA, Leahigh LK. 2003. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Nasal Dilator Strip Therapy for Sleep Maintenance Insomnia. Sleep 26 (Suppl): A761.

Krakow, B, Melendrez D, Warner TD, Clark JO, Sisley BN, Leahigh LK, Lee SA. 2003. Atypical Clinical Presentations Of Sleep-Disordered Breathing Among Trauma Survivors. Sleep 26 (Suppl): A554.

Melendrez DC, Krakow B, Lee SA, Sisley BN, Krakow J, Leahigh LK. 2003. Sleep-Disordered Breathing Prevalence In Non-Treatment Seeking Crime Victims. Sleep 26 (Suppl): A954.

Melendrez DC, Krakow B, Sisley BN, Krakow J. 2003. Sleep-Disordered Breathing Status Predicts Outcomes Among Insomnia Patients Receiving Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Sleep 26 (Suppl): A750.

Sisley BN, Krakow B, Melendrez DC, Lee SA, Leahigh LK. 2003. Screening for Complex Insomnia (Insomnia plus Sleep-Disordered Breathing) in an Occupational Health Setting. Sleep 26 (Suppl): A751.

Krakow BJ, Melendrez D, Johnston L, Clark JO, Santana E, Warner TD, Hollifield M, Sisley B, Lee S. 2002. Sleep Dynamic Therapy™ for posttraumatic insomnia. Sleep 25 (Suppl):A240.

Krakow BJ, Melendrez DM, Clark JO. 2002. Prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing in traumatized disaster survivors. Sleep 25 (Suppl):A15

Melendrez DC, Krakow BJ, Clark JO. 2002. Screening for sleep-disordered breathing in complex insomnia patients. Sleep 25 (Suppl):A242.

Melendrez DC, Krakow BJ, Hall MD. 2002. A new airflow sensor for the detection of flow limitation in sleep-disordered breathing. Sleep 25 (Suppl):A222.

Melendrez D, Krakow B, Johnston L, Sisley B, Warner TD. 2001. A prospective study on the treatment of �complex insomnia��insomnia plus sleep disordered breathing�in a small series of crime victims with PTSD. Sleep 24 (Suppl):A120.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Fereirra E, Clark J, Sisley B, Warner TD, Sklar D. 2001. Prevalence of insomnia symptoms in a random sample of SDB patients. Sleep 24 (Suppl):A343.

Krakow B, Melendrez D, Santana E, Johnston L, Sisley B, Hollifield M. 2001. Prevalence and timing of sleep disturbance in Cerro Grande Firestorm victims. Sleep 24 (Suppl):A394.

Artar A, Krakow B, Warner TD, Melendrez D, Johnston L. 2000. Suicidality correlates with poor sleep quality, nightmares, and PTSD in sexual assault survivors. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2): A358

Melendrez D, Krakow B, Pedersen B, Hollifield M, Johnston L, Germain A, Koss M. 2000. Sleep-disordered breathing in twenty consecutive crime victims presenting for nightmare and insomnia treatment: a preliminary report. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2):A257.

Johnston L, Krakow B, Melendrez D, Herlan M, Hollifield M, Chavez-Kennedy D. 2000. Treatment of nightmares and insomnia in crime victims. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2): A316.

Melendrez D, Krakow B, Johnston L, Pedersen B, Chavez-Kennedy D. 2000. Prevalence of "complex insomnia"�insomnia plus sleep-disordered breathing�in crime victims with PTSD. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2):A316.

Johnston L, Krakow B, Melendrez D, Chavez-Kennedy D. 2000. Sleep behaviors and symptoms in acutely traumatized individuals. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2): A228.

Krakow B, Johnston L, Hollifield M, Schrader R, Koss M, Germain A. 2000. Imagery rehearsal ("new dream") therapy for chronic nightmares in PTSD: a six-month follow-up. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2):A235.

Hardesty D, Krakow B. Potential sleep disorders in a welfare-to-work population. 2000. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2): A228.

Germain A, Krakow B, Faucher B, Zadra AL, Nielsen TA. 2000. Mastery strategies used by sexual assault survivors during imagery rehearsal for nightmare alleviation. Sleep 23 (Suppl #2):A12.

Krakow B, Tandberg D, Sandoval D, Cutchen L, Schrader R. 1998. Severity of sleep disturbance in sexual assault survivors. Sleep Research 27.

Salsburg L, Krakow B, Tandberg D. 1998. Nightmare prevalence within in a predominantly work-based population. Sleep Research 27:xx

Krakow B, Tandberg D, Cutchen L, McBride L, Holifield M, Lauriello J, Schrader R, Yau C, Cheng D. 1997. Imagery Rehearsal Treatment of Chronic Nightmares in PTSD: Controlled Study. Sleep Research 26:245

Krakow B, McBride L, Kuehne B, Tandberg D, Schrader R, Kaven M, Yau C, Cheng D. 1997. A Controlled Study on The Treatment of Chronic Nightmares In Adjudicated Delinquent Girls in a Residential Facility. Sleep Research 26:246

Sandoval D, Krakow B, Schrader R, Tandberg D. 1997. Adult Nightmare Sufferers: Can They be Identified and Treated in Childhood? Sleep Research 26:256.

Krakow B, McBride L, Hollifield M, Schrader R, Yau C. L, Tandberg D. 1996. Treatment of chronic nightmares in sexual assault survivors. American Sleep Disorders Association and the Sleep Research Society 25:137.

Krakow B, Tandberg D, Scriggins L, Barey M. 1995. Self?rated sleep complaints in acute vs. chronic nightmare sufferers. Sleep Research 24:131

Krakow B, Kellner R, and Pathak D. 1994. Eighteen month followup on imagery rehearsal treatment of chronic nightmares. Sleep Research 23:169.

Krakow B, Hauswald M, Tandberg D. 1994. Floating nights: a five year experience with an innovative emergency department schedule. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine.

Krakow B, Kellner R, Neidhardt J, Pathak D, and Lambert L. 1993. Long term followup in the treatment of chronic nightmare sufferers. Sleep Research, 22:216.

Krakow B, Kellner R, Pathak D, and Lambert L. 1993. Change in subjective sleep quality following reduction in nightmares. Sleep Research, 22:217.

Krakow B., Kyril, M., Kellner, R. and Steward, S. 1993. Nightmares, sleep disturbances and PTSD type symptoms in victims of sexual abuse and assault Sleep Research, 22:218.

Neidhardt J, Krakow B, Kellner R, and Pathak D. 1992. A single treatment session for chronic nightmare sufferers. Sleep Research, 21:137.

Letters

1995 Error in Medicine Jama 274:457-8

2000 Placebo Effect in posttraumatic stress disorders. Krakow B, Hollifield M, Warner TD. JAMA 284:561

Pre-Medical Education

1971 DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois

General Physics

1970 Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

General Chemistry

1967-1971 Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri

Biology Major

Freshman and Sophomore Honors

1965-1967 Albert Einstein Senior High, Kensington, Maryland

Graduated in top 10% of Class

Golf team - two years

First place in Strayer Junior College Mid-Atlantic Regional Bookkeeping Contest

Associations

1992-Present Association for the Study of Dreams

1991-Present American Academy of Sleep Medicine

1991-Present Sleep Research Society

Journal Reviewer

1997- Journal of Traumatic Stress

1994- Dreaming

1993 SLEEP

2001- Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

2001- New England Journal of Medicine

2001- Academic Psychiatry

2002- Behavioral Sleep Medicine

2004- Sleep Medicine

2004- Sleep Medicine Reviews

2004- Chest

2005- Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine

Invited Presentations

Presentation, "Sound Sleep, Sound Mind: 7 Keys to Sleeping through the Night." Sandia National Laboratories. ABQ, NM. September, 2007.

Presentation, "Sound Sleep, Sound Mind: 7 Keys to Sleeping through the Night." Los AlamosMedical Center. Los Alamos, NM. September, 2007.

Presentation, "A Marriage of Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine: The Evolving Sound Sleep, Sound Mind Model." GlaxoSmithKline, Parsippany, NJ. July 2007.

Presentation, "The Nose Knows: Nasal Dilator Strip Therapy, Insomnia, and Sleep-Disordered Breathing." GlaxoSmithKline, Parsippany, NJ. July 2007.

Presentation, "Marriage of Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine: Strange Bedfellows or a Match made in Healing" A Role for Sleep Dynamic Therapy.� Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, April, 2007.

Presentation, "The Sleep Medicine Tipping Point: If Not Now, When?" Gerald Champion Hospital. Alamogordo, NM. March 2006

Presentation, "A Sleep-Disordered Breathing Tipping Point: From Sleep Disorder to Multi-System Disease" Los Alamos Medical Center. Los Alamos, NM. April 2005.

Presentation, "New Perspectives on Sleep-Disordered Breathing: From Sleep Disorder to Multi-System Disease" Community Outreach, ABQ. NM. March 2005.

Presentation, "Sleep Fragmentation & Suicide Risk: A Theory on Sleep-Related Emotional Exhaustion" Southwest Psychiatry Symposium. ABQ, NM. February 2005

Presentation, "Sleeping Around the Clock." Sandia National Laboratory. ABQ. NM. December 2004

Presentation, "Sleep Disorders Assessment & Therapy." Special Problems Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico School of Medicine. ABQ, NM March 2003

Presentation, "Sleep Dynamic Therapy™ for Posttraumatic Sleep Disturbances." Homewood Health Centre, Residential Mental Health Unit, Guelph, Canada, June 2002.

Presentation, "Assessment & Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Alcohol Use Disorders Patients." CRAFT Project. Washington, D.C. May 2002

Presentation, "Assessment & Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Trauma Patients." Trauma Consortium Workshop, St. Vincent�s Hospital, New York City. April 2002.

Presentation, "Integrating Sleep Medicine into the Clinical Management of PTSD." Southwest Psychiatry Symposium, November 2000.

Workshop, "Decreasing PTSD Symptom Severity through the Direct Treatment of Sleep Disorders, Southwest Psychiatry Workshop" November 2000.

Presentation, "Crime Victims: When Does the Trauma Stop." National Court Reporters Association Spring Symposium April 1997. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Presentation, "Nightmare and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder". Southwest Psychiatry Symposium October 1996. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Presentation, "Shift Work in Emergency Medicine". American College of Emergency Physicians April 19, 1996. New Mexico.

Workshop, "Imagery Rehearsal for Chronic Nightmares". Association for The Study of Dreams June 1996. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

 

Research Grants
Sample of Recent Grants

Oxnard & Alpert Foundations, "Sleep Disorders in Depressed Adolescents with Suicidal Behavior." Start-up. August, 2005. Amount: $120,000.

Sandia National Laboratories, "Treatment of Insomnia Post-September 11th Terrorism." January 1, 2002-December 31, 2002. Amount: $25,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, "Sleep Treatments for Cerro Grande Firestorm Victims.� November, 1, 2001? October 31,2000. Amount: $50,000 (direct). (RO3 RAPID Mechanism Award)

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), "Nightmare and Insomnia Treatment for Crime Victims". July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001. Amount 30,000.

New Mexico Crime Victim Reparations Commission. "Sleep-disordered Breathing in Crime Victims." October 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001. Amount: $11,000.

Frost Foundation, "Crime Victims Treatment Program." July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001. $22,000.

Oxnard Foundation, "Crime Victims Treatment Program." July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001. $10,000.

Private Donation Awards, $37,500.

National Institute of Mental Health, "Treatment of Nightmares in Rape Victims with PTSD". August 1, 1995 - June 30, 2000. Amount:$420,948 (direct). (RO1 GRANT AWARD)

Oxnard Foundation, "Prevalence of sleep disorders in sexual assault survivors." October, 1998-June, 2000. Amount: 70,000. Percent Effort: .10.

Oxnard Foundation, "Prevalence of sleep disorders in sexual assault survivors".

1999-2000. Amount: 20,000. Percent Effort: .10

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), "Nightmare and Insomnia Treatment for Crime Victims".

Amount 24,000. Percent Effort: .10

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), "Nightmare and Insomnia Treatment for Crime Victims"

1999-2000 Supplement 5,000. Percent Effort: .10

Past Grants

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), "Treatment of Acute Nightmares in Acute Sexual Assault Survivors". December 1997 - December 1998. Amount 28,000 Percent Effort: .05

UNM RAC, "Treatment of Acute Nightmares in Acute Sexual Assault Survivors". August 1997-July 1998. Amount: $15,000 Percent Effort: .00

NIMH Minority Supplement Award. October 1995-September 1997. Amount:$63,000 Percent Effort: .00

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), "Nightmare and Insomnia Treatment for Crime Victims". August, 1998-July, 1999. Amount 28,000. Percent Effort: .10

Frost Foundation, "Treatment of Acute Nightmares in Acute Sexual Assault Survivors". August, 1997-July, 1999. Amount: 20,000. Percent Effort: .05

UNM Research Allocations Committee, "Treatment of Nightmares in Rape Victims with PTSD". July 1, 1994 - June 30, 1995. Amount: $17,128.00 Percent Effort: .00