There are several training opportunities, in both research and clinical work, at the CAS Clinical Division.
Program for Addictions Consultation and Treatment (PACT) Practicum
This is a challenging and rewarding practicum experience for Ph.D., Psy.D., and Masters or above level social work students who qualify. PACT is a 12-month practicum, and students get extensive, close clinical supervision and experience with assessment and treatment of alcohol and drug users, both voluntary and mandated, in individual, group, and family therapy. More...
- Practicum in CBT for Alcohol Dependent Women as part of RCT at CAS
Women’s Treatment Project III Clinical Practicum
This is a one to two year, one to two day clinical practicum to learn how to conduct comprehensive assessment of substance use and associated comorbid psychiatric problems, and/or to deliver manualized cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) in individual and group therapy modalities, to alcohol dependent women. This training is in the context of a randomized clinical trial of CBT for alcohol dependent women, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. More...