July 25, 2017

Tiffany Haynes, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Associate Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
Health Promotion and Prevention Research (HPPR) Doctoral Program, Co-Director
UAMS Translational Research Institute (TRI) Community Engagement Core, Associate Director


2010-2012 South Central Mental Illness Research, Education & Clinical Center, Advanced Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow in Health Services Research
2010 PhD University of Michigan, Clinical Psychology
2008 MS University of Michigan
2006 BS Xavier University of Louisiana, Major: Psychology, Summa Cum Laude with honors in English, History, and Psychology

Research Interests

  • Disparities in Mental Health Care
  • Improving Mental Health Outcomes among underserved populations
  • Faith-based Approaches to improve Behavioral Health
  • Community-Based Participatory Research approaches to achieve health equity

Courses Taught

  • HBHE 5733/6733 Stress and Health
  • HBHE 5225 Theories of Health Behavior and Health Education

Recent Publications

Haynes, T., Turner, J., Smith, J., Curran, G., et al. (2018). Reducing depressive symptoms through behavioral activation in churches: A Hybrid-2 randomized effectiveness-implementation design. Contemporary Clinical trials. 64, 22-29.

Haynes, T. F., Cheney, A. M., Sullivan, J. G., Bryant, K., Curran, G. M., Olson, M., … & Reaves, C. (2017). Addressing mental health needs: perspectives of African Americans living in the rural south. Psychiatric Services, 68(6),

Cheney, A. M., Haynes, T. F., Olson, M., Cottoms, N., Bryant, K., Reaves, C. M., … & Sullivan, G. (2018). Using Deliberative and Qualitative Methods to Mobilize Community Around the Mental Health Needs of Rural African Americans. Health Systems & Reform, 4(1), 8-18.