PTSD: National Center for PTSD
Katherine Miller, PhD
Katherine Miller, PhD
Dissemination and Training Division
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- Stanford University School of Medicine, Postdoctoral Fellow
- The University of Tulsa, Clinical Psychology, PhD, 2016
- The University of Tulsa, Clinical Psychology, MA, 2013
- Augsburg College, Psychology, BA, 2009
Expertise and Interests
- Understanding chronic sleep disturbances, as symptoms relate to recovery from traumatic events
- Treatments for trauma-related nightmares and insomnia
- Utilizing mobile-based technology to improve and increase access to evidence-based
Membership in Professional Societies
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- American Psychological Association
- International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
- Society for the Psychology of Women (Division 35, APA)
Awards and Honors
- Research informed Practice/Practice informed Research Award (RIPPR), The University of Tulsa Psychology Department.
- Bellwether Fellowship, The University of Tulsa.
- Winner of The University of Tulsa's Women & Gender Studies graduate student essay contest.
Miller, K.E., Koffel, E., Kramer, M.D., Erbes, C.R., Arbisi, P.A., & Polusny, M.A. (2017). At-home partner sleep functioning over the course of military deployment. Journal of Family Psychology.
Cranston, C.C., Miller, K.E., Davis, J.L., & Rhudy, J.L. (2016). Validation of a brief measure of the frequency and severity of nightmares: The Trauma-Related Nightmare Survey. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 26, 1-12.
Miller, K.E., Cranston, C.C., Davis, J.L., Newman, E., & Resnick, H. (2015). Psychological outcomes following a sexual assault video intervention: A randomized trial. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 11(3), 129-136.
Miller, K.E., Jaffe, A.E., Davis, J.L., Pruiksma, K.E., Rhudy, J.L. (2015). Relationship between self-reported health problems and sleep disturbances among trauma survivors: A brief report. Sleep Health, 1(3), 166-168.
Miller, K.E., Davis, J.L., & Balliett, N.E. (2014).Taking control: Examining the influence of locus of control on the treatment of nightmares and sleep impairment in Veterans. Military Behavioral Health, 2(4), 337-342.
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