Senior Instructor
Director of CNPS Clinics and Practice
CNPS Cohort Advisor
Registered Psychologist
CNPS Cohort
Registered Psychologist
Director of CNPS Clinics and Practica
Scarfe Library Block 287


University of British Columbia

Scholarly Interests:

Selected Publications:

Haney, C.J. & Long, B. C. (1995). Coping effectiveness: A path Analysis of Self-efficacy, Control, Coping, and Performance in Sport Competitions. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 25, 1726-1746.

Haney, C.J. & Long, B.C. (1998). Coaching as a Profession: Ethical Concerns. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 10, 240-250.

Moscynski, A.B. & Haney, C. J. (2002). Stress and Coping of Canadian Rural Nurses Caring for Trauma Patients Who are Transferred. Journal of Emergency Nursing 28, 496-504.

Haney, C.J. (2004). Revision and Development of a Coping Checklist for Sport Based on Test Administration Immediately Following Participation. International Journal of Testing.

LeSergent, C.M. & Haney, C.J. (2004). Rural Hospital Nurse’s Stressors and Coping Strategies: A Survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies.

Prasad, L. & Haney, C.J. (2014).  “Gender Differences in Stress and Coping for Border Guards” Proceedings of the Canadian Psychological Conference (CPA).

Maharaj, N. ,& Haney, C.J. (2015) . A qualitative investigation of the significance of companion dogs. Western Journal of Nursing Research. Vol. 37 (9) 1175-1193.

Maharaj, N., & Haney, C. J. (2016). The human-canine bond: A sacred relationship. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health,Vol. 18,  (1), 76-89. (R).

Buchanan, M., Haney, C.J., & Grimes, K. (2017) Equine experience to understand emotional regulation with veterans. CPA Toronto, Canada Conference Proceedings.

Giannone, Z., & Haney, C.J., & Kealy, D. (2017). “Athletic Identity and psychiatric symptoms following retirement from varsity sports”.  International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 1-4, Sage Publications.Clinical Sport Psychology..

Haney, C.J., O’Jay, J., Grimes, K., & Buchanan, M. (2019). Equine intervention for Veterans and first responders: Why horses?  Hawaii International Conference in Education; Honolulu Hawaii. Conference Proceedings.

Theoretical Orientation:


Research Funding Sources and Current Projects

I am co-investigator with Dr. Marla Buchanan on a funded research project focusing on an Equine Program with Veterans who suffer from Occupational Stress.

Courses Taught:

CNPS 514
CNPS 578
CNPS 579
CNPS 584
CNPS 586
CNPS 588
CNPS 598