PhD, ABPP, FAPM
Dr. Everly is the co-founder of, and Representative to the United Nations for, the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, a non-profit United Nations-affiliated public health and safety organization. He is a member of the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness and serves on the faculties of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Loyola College in Maryland. In addition he serves on the adjunct faculties of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the FBI National Academy.
He is the author, co-author, or editor of 14 textbooks and over 100 professional papers. Among his texts are Mental Health Aspects of Disasters: Public Health Preparedness and Response (Johns Hopkins, 2005), Pastoral Crisis Intervention (2007), and Psychological Counterterrorism and World War IV (Chevron, 2005. Dr. Everly has won numerous awards receiving the Certificate of Honor from the Baltimore Police Department, the Honor Award from the American Red Cross, the Leadership Award from the American Red Cross, and the Maryland Psychological Association's Award for Scientific Contributions to Psychology. Dr. Everly presented a workshop for PA students at South College on "Assessment and Management of PTSD in Primary Care.
South College's West campus Auditorium will be the site of a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 17th, to discuss the problem of bullying.