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Dr. Brad Holloway
Assistant Professor of Disaster Preparedness
- BSW, Harding University (1983)
- MSW, UALR (1984)
- Ph.D, Kennedy Western University
He served as Clinical Director and Assistant Administrator at Southeast Arkansas Behavioral Health in Pine Bluff, Arkansas from 1984-2005 and as Clinical Director at Mid-South Health Systems in Jonesboro, Arkansas from 2005-2011. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Arkansas State University and part-time instructor for the Department of Disaster Preparedness Education at ASU.
Dr. Holloway has extensive experience in Disaster Response and Disaster Mental Health. He has responded to over 40 Natural or Man-Made Disasters including numerous school shootings, tornados, plane crashes, hurricanes, and floods. Dr. Holloway worked with a team of Clinical responders at the school shootings in Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1998 and led a team of clinicians at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. following the September 11, 2001 attacks on our country.
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