Jonathan W. Reeves, PhD

I am an Acting Assistant Professor and licensed clinical psychologist in the University of Washington’s Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. I received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2021 and completed my postdoctoral training at theĀ  Trauma Recovery & Resilience Innovations program, a part of the UW Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.

My career goal is to help survivors of trauma learn to thrive. My work focuses on implementing and adapting evidence-based trauma-focused interventions to make these easier to learn, more individualized, and effective faster. A second line of my work also focuses on adapting evidence-based trauma-focused treatment for racism-based trauma and complex trauma.

I also serve as a consultant for research and dissemination projects aimed at disseminating evidence-based trauma-focused treatment to community-based mental health providers.

Department Affiliations

Training Programs

Psychology Internship Program

Other Affiliations

University of Washington Psychology Internship Program

Recent Publications

Childhood Overweight and Obesity and Pubertal Onset Among Mexican-American Boys and Girls in the CHAMACOS Longitudinal Study.
(2022 Jan 1)
Am J Epidemiol 191(1): 7-16
Deardorff J, Reeves JW, Hyland C, Tilles S, Rauch S, Kogut K, Greenspan LC, Shirtcliff E, Lustig RH, Eskenazi B, Harley K

Girls' Pubertal Timing and Tempo and Mental Health: A Longitudinal Examination in an Ethnically Diverse Sample.
(2021 Jun)
J Adolesc Health 68(6): 1197-1203
Deardorff J, Marceau K, Johnson M, Reeves JW, Biro FM, Kubo A, Greenspan LC, Laurent CA, Windham GC, Pinney SM, Kushi LH, Hiatt RA

An Examination of Idiographic Networks of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms.
(2020 Feb)
J Trauma Stress 33(1): 84-95
Reeves JW, Fisher AJ

Evidence for the Feasibility of Person-Specific Ecological Momentary Assessment Across Diverse Populations and Study Designs.
J Pers Oriented Res 5(2): 53-64
Soyster PD, Bosley HG, Reeves JW, Altman AD, Fisher AJ

Increased epoch-to-epoch parasympathetic cardiac regulation in participants with posttraumatic stress disorder compared to those with panic disorder and control participants.
(2019 Dec)
J Anxiety Disord 68(): 102144
Reeves JW, Fisher AJ, Woodward SH

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