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Cynthia Stuhlmiller
Mental Health, Professor (University of Hawaii).

Cynthia Stuhlmiller has a clinical background in a variety of community and inpatient mental-health settings, working extensively with people exposed to traumatic stress from war, disaster, and other extreme conditions. Her teaching, research, books, and publications focus on disaster, rescue and emergency work, seasonal variation, consumer collaboration, mental-health education, clinical supervision, and the dangers of diagnostic disordering. Cynthia is a pioneer in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), having helped found and develop the first National Center for PTSD in Menlo Park, California from 1981–93. A Fulbright senior scholar, Cynthia has held academic appointments in Norway, New Zealand, and the USA. She was a professor of nursing, mental health at the University of Hawaii.
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