William R. Miller, PhD, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, The University of New Mexico. CASAA co-founder and recognized for his leadership in the development and implementation of motivational interviewing. (read more)



Phillip A. May, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, The University of New Mexico. CASAA cofounder and recognized for his extensive research on the epidemiology and risk factors for FASD. (read more)



Robert J. Meyers, PhD, Research Associate Professor Emeritus in Psychology, The University of New Mexico. Dr. Meyer's Dr. is a pioneer in the development and implantation of the CRA and CRAFT interventions and he is an internationally known speaker and trainer. (read more)



Jon Houck, PhD, Research Associate Professor of Psychology, The University of New Mexico and Associate Professor of Translational Research, The Mind Research Network. Dr. Houck's work focuses on the neurobiological mechanisms of behavior change. (read more)



Kait Hirchak, PhD, Former postdoctoral fellow in the CASAA T32 Training program and is now an Assistant Research Professor Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, The Washington State University. Dr. Hirchak's work focuses on culturally re-centering evidence-based treatment. (read more)



Kevin Montes, PhD, Former postdoctoral fellow in the CASAA T32 Training program and is now an Assistant Professor of Psychology, California State University Dominguez Hills. Dr. Montes research interests include alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco use, gambling, recovery/drinking identity, and protective behavioral strategies. (read more)



Adrian Bravo, PhD, Former postdoctoral fellow in the CASAA T32 Training program and is now an Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences, William & Mary. Dr. Bravo's research focuses on examining protective/risk factors of substance use and mental health across distinct populations. (read more)



Mandy Owens, PhD, Former predoctoral fellow in the CASAA T32 Training program and is now Affiliate Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Washington and Research Scientist, Addictions, Drug, and Alcohol Institute. Her work aims to improve services for people who use alcohol and drugs with a focus on those involved with the criminal legal system. (read more)



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