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Dr. Michael D. Denhof

Director of Research

Desert Water Agency

HQ Phone: (760) 323-4971

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Desert Water Agency

1200 S Gene Autry Trail

Palm Springs, California 92264

United States

Company Description

Desert Waters offers a variety of trainings for correctional workers. It is our vision and passion to promote an increase in professionalism in corrections and to help staff flourish at work and at home. The following topics can be provided as 2-hour, 4-h ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

Michael Denhof LLC

Scientific and Clinical Assessment Instrument Developer

Michael Denhof, LLC

Senior Clinical Quality Assurance Analyst

ValueOptions Inc

Education

Doctoral degree

Clinical Psychology

Saybrook University

Master of Arts degree

Experimental Psychology

Central Michigan University

PhD

National Institute of Corrections Research Library

Web References (26 Total References)


About - Desert Waters Correctional Outreach | Desert Waters Correctional Outreach

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Michael Denhof

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In collaboration with Dr. Michael D. Denhof, PhD (Director of Research) and Mr. Gregory R. Morton (Training Manager), Dr. Spinaris conducts corrections-specific research, which has included the first rigorous and large scale research investigations into the health and functioning of United States corrections professionals, and the white paper Occupational Stressors in Corrections Organizations: Types, Effects, and Solutions, published (2014) by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC)/U.S. Dept. of Justice. (*available for download from this site and the National Institute of Corrections Research Library).
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Michael D. Denhof, Ph.D., Research Psychologist (Contract Basis Consultant)
Michael D. Denhof, Ph.D., is a clinical research psychologist who has been working in correctional and mental health settings for over 20 years. Dr. Denhof holds a Master of Arts degree in Experimental Psychology from Central Michigan University and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Saybrook University. He has extensive experience in mental health and psychological assessment instrument development, theoretical and data-driven model-building, general clinical-behavioral health and outcomes research, and the development of analytical software applications that automate and streamline sharing of assessment information and facilitate data-driven and evidence-based decision-making. Dr. Denhof has authored several scientific assessment tools that have been widely used in correctional settings across the United States and as part of the National Institute of Correction's (NIC's) Technical Assistance offerings. Instruments include the Depression Danger Scale™ (DDS)-a web-based assessment application that allows corrections facilities to gauge or monitor staff suicide risk on the organization level; the Violence, Injury and Death Exposure Scale™ (VIDES)-a web-based assessment application that gauges the magnitude of staff exposure to VID events; the Corrections Fatigue Status Assessment-v5™ (CFSA-v5)-an operationalized measure of the Corrections Fatigue construct and a means of scientifically assessing 9 key aspects of workplace culture critical to health and functioning; and the Corrections Staff Resilience Inventory™ (CSRI)-a measure of various classes of resilience-promoting behaviors (RPBs). Dr. Denhof is coauthor of the Critical Incident First Aid™ (CIFA) prevention and intervention program for public safety professionals who commonly experience Critical Incidents (e.g., police officers, Sheriff Deputies, Corrections Officers, and others).
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Michael D. Denhof and Caterina G. Spinaris, of the white paper Occupational Stressors in Corrections Organizations: Types, Effects, and Solutions, published by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC)/U.S. Dept. of Justice, and the Critical Incident First Aid™ (CIFA) program-an eLearning web application for use by public safety professionals following who commonly experience Critical Incidents (e.g., law enforcement officers, corrections officers, and others).


About | Desert Waters Correctional Outreach

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Michael D. Denhof, Ph.D., Director of Research

Michael D. Denhof, Ph.D., is a clinical research psychologist who has been working in correctional and mental health settings for over 12 years. He has extensive experience in inmate mental health and risk assessment, general clinical-behavioral health and outcomes research, and the development of analytical software applications that automate and streamline sharing of assessment information and facilitate data-driven and evidence-based decision-making. Mike has played a lead role in the development of clinical-behavioral assessment models for the State of Colorado, for multiple large behavioral health organizations (BHOs), and for numerous mental health centers, jails, and different types of correctional organizations.
In addition to research projects, Mike's major role with Desert Waters is to help capture, expand, and disseminate, on a much wider scale, Desert Waters' unique expertise through affordable web-based products and services, including web-accessible assessment and analytical tools, and workplace health/functioning intervention programs.
Mike is the author of a multi-scaled offender assessment instrument, the SONAR-I® for Corrections, designed to facilitate optimal handling of inmate risks and needs and reduce environmental volatility. Mike is also developing a variety of web-based assessment and analytical reporting tools, jointly with Dr. Spinaris, to facilitate: (1) identification of Corrections Fatigue, (2) identification of key conditions of corrections workplace functioning, (3) reduction and prevention of Corrections Fatigue, and (4) promotion of optimally functional corrections workplace environments/climates/cultures.


Contact | Desert Waters Correctional Outreach

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For Director of Research - Mike Denhof mike@desertwaters.com


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DWCO RESEARCH PUBLICATION: ''Depression, PTSD, and Comorbidity in United States Corrections Professionals: Prevalence and Health-related Factors.'' By Michael D. Denhof, PhD, and Caterina G. Spinaris, PhD. Download the manuscript from Research page.


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