Donovan Tatman, a CEAP with a rich background in law enforcement, has dedicated years to mental health and stress management education. His diverse experience ranges from supervising the Behavioral Science Unit at Tucson Police Department to providing trauma response in the racing communities.
Donovan Tatman is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). Donovan attended the University of Arizona. He had a career in law enforcement with the Tucson Police Department. The last 16 years on the department, Donovan was a supervisor. His final 6 years, he was the supervisor and a counselor in the Behavioral Science Unit (internal EAP). He has extensive experience teaching a variety of topics such as Stress Management, Pre-Trauma Inoculation, Interpersonal Relationships, Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Interview and Interrogation. He was an adjunct staff instructor in the Pima Community College Criminal Justice Program. Donovan has provided trauma response and counseling within the NASCAR, ASA and SRL racing communities. He has presented to numerous professional and educational institutions, including guest lecturer at the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. He has been an EAP contract provider for several companies including Lytle EAP, Triad EAP, American Express and Elements Behavioral Health. Donovan served as the First Responder Peer Support Specialist for the After-Action-Building Resilience Trauma Workshops. Donovan was also the first coordinator and facilitator for the First Responder Peer Support Group, serving central and southern Arizona.