The Spotlight on a Mentor program highlights accomplished mentors within ABCT's membership ranks. This article presents an interview with Dr. Gregory Stuart, our current spotlighted mentor.
Dr. Stuart received his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and his doctorate in clinical psychology from Indiana University.
He completed his internship at the Brown University Clinical Psychology Training Consortium and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies.
He is currently Arts and Sciences Excellence Professor and Sally and Alvin Beaman Professor at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and he is the Director of Family Violence Research at Butler Hospital.
His work includes over 300 publications (most of which are coauthored with students) and approximately 40 collaborative grants. Dr. Stuart's program of research has a particular emphasis on the role of substance misuse in intimate partner violence perpetration and victimization.
ABCT is seeking a Web editor to assist in updating material in, and developing policies for, its Web site. The position is funded with an honorarium.
The role principally involves helping to develop content for the Web site and reviewing the site and navigational structure to ensure it remains best suited to our audiences.
Technological knowledge is less essential, and the web editor is not expected to post to the site or otherwise take on the function of a web master.
The web editor is expected to help facilitate content making the web relevant to professionals and lay people alike.
And, for more information on the psychological problems specific to older adults, see our fact sheet
Help for Veterans
Sometimes it's easier to call in air strikes than it is to call for help with the nightmares and the anxiety. It shouldn't be that way. The field has come a long way since the first field surgeons started dealing with shell shock. Now, therapists are trained to address the many complicated symptoms that can afflict soldiers with PTSD.
ABCT has compiled quite a few fact sheets related to the focus for this month - Veterans' Issues/ PTSD.
For a list of treatment providers who work with veterans or PTSD, check out ABCT's Find-A-Therapist page here:
ABCT's Job Board gives students and young professionals a place to list their resumes; and an opportunity for employers to find only folks who are already trained in CBT, learning theory, assessment, and treatment that works.
Why look at thousands of resumes when what you really want might be right here - Job Bank