2002

Listed by month

Simpson, D. D. (2002, January). Patient and program attributes involved in the treatment process. Invited seminar for the Center for Health Care Evaluation, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Menlo Park, CA.

Knight, K. (2002, February). Substance abuse treatment: Research in action. Invited presentation to Kethea, Therapy Center for Dependent Individuals, Athens, Greece.

Knight, K. (2002, February). Substance abuse treatment: What we know. Invited plenary for National Research Institute of Greece, Athens, Greece.

Czuchry, M. (2002, March). Creating new ways to motivate clients for treatment. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Sandhills Regional Psychology Conference, Fayetteville, NC.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, March). Reducing relapse through understanding treatment process. Invited workshop to Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (TCADA) Best Practices, Austin, TX.

Knight, K. (2002, April). CJ treatment and community re-entry. Invited plenary address at the Oregon Corrections Summit, Salem, OR.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, April). Addiction treatment process and outcomes. Invited keynote to 16th Annual ADAD Conference, Pueblo, CO.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, April). Assessment of patients and programs. Invited workshop to 16th Annual ADAD Conference, Pueblo, CO.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, April). An evidence-based treatment system. Invited plenary to Bridging the Gap conference, Tampa, FL.

Simpson, D. D., & Lehman, W. E. K. (2002, April). Assessment of organizational needs and readiness. Invited workshop to Bridging the Gap conference, Tampa, FL.

Czuchry, M., & Sia, T. L. (2002, May). Applications of cognitive behavioral approaches to criminal justice settings. Invited workshop conducted at the 2nd Annual Research to Practice Symposium: Harnessing Science to Transform Lives, Galveston, TX.

Czuchry, M., & Sia, T. L. (2002, May). Applications of neurobiology of addiction to criminal justice settings. Invited workshop conducted at the 2nd Annual Research to Practice Symposium: Harnessing Science to Transform Lives, Galveston, TX.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, May). Research strategies for correctional treatment of drug abuse. Invited workshop to International Experts Forum 2002, Charlottetown, Prince Edward
Island, Canada.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, May). What works in substance abuse treatment. Invited workshop to the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Bennett, J. B., & Lehman, W. E. K. (June, 2002). Reductions in employee problem drinking following a workplace intervention: Role of drinking climate. Paper presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA.

Broome, K. M., Joe, G. W., Flynn, P. M., & Simpson, D. D. (2002, June). Longitudinal outcome patterns for methadone patients. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Québec City, Canada.

Flynn, P. M., Joe, G. W., Broome, K. M., Simpson, D. D., & Brown, B. S. (2002, June). Recovery from opioid abuse. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Québec City, Canada.

Knight, K., & Farabee, D. (2002, June). The criminal offender: Prevalence and treatment of alcohol problems. Invited presentation to the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy Annual Research Meeting, Washington, DC.

Rowan-Szal, G. A., Flynn, P. M., & Simpson, D. D. (2002, June). Investigation of gender and treatment modality differences using the TCU client evaluation of self and treatment. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence,
Québec City, Canada.

Sia, T. L., Thomas, J. B., & Dansereau, D. F. (2002, June). Thinking about strengths as a way to address personal problems. Poster presentation at the 20th Annual American Psychological Society Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Dansereau, D. F., & Dees, S. M. (2002, July). The CETOP Project: Cognitive enhancements for the treatment of probationers. Presented at the Community Supervision and Corrections Department Residential Directors Council Meeting, Wilmer, TX.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, August). Monitoring patient progress and program performance. Invited workshop for Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, August). Understanding clinical processes to improve outcomes. Invited plenary for Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association Annual Conference,
Orlando, FL.

Bennett, J. B. (2002, September). Beyond drug testing: Innovations in organizational wellness. Invited presentation to clinical staff at North Texas/Dallas Veteran’s Administration, Dallas, TX.

Broome, K. M. (2002, September). Understanding treatment processes and outcomes. Invited Grand Rounds presentation to Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Dallas, TX.

Knight, K. (2002, September). Offender reentry and continuity of care. Invited workshop for Illinois Alcohol and Drug Dependence Association Annual Conference, Lincolnwood, IL.

Knight, K. (2002, September). Screening and assessment: Substance abuse. Invited presentation to the Serious and Violent Offender Reentry: Technical Assistance and Grantee Meeting, Washington, DC.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, September). An evidence-based treatment process model: What it is and why it is important. Invited plenary for Wisconsin Annual Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Conference, Appleton, WI.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, September). Monitoring patient progress and program performance. Invited workshop for Illinois Alcohol and Drug Dependence Association Annual Conference, Lincolnwood, IL.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, September). Overview of TCU research on technology transfer: Assessment strategies. Invited workshop for Wisconsin Annual Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Conference, Appleton, WI.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, September). Understanding clinical processes to improve outcomes. Invited plenary for Illinois Alcohol and Drug Dependence Association Annual Conference, Lincolnwood, IL.

Czuchry, M., & Sia, T. L. (2002, October). Fun and games in correctional based treatment: Downward Spiral and Under Construction. Invited three-hour workshop conducted at the 3rd Annual Criminal Justice Institute, San Diego, CA.

Flynn, P. M., Simpson, D. D., & Knight, K. (2002, October). Overview of TCU research and resources for CJ-based treatment. Overview & Planning Meeting at the Indiana Department of Corrections’ Core Council Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

Knight, K. (2002, October). Screening for substance abuse. Invited presentation to the National Institute on Drug Abuse/National Institute of Corrections (NIDA/NIC) Practical Strategies for Addressing Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders in Correctional Settings, Washington, DC.

Sia, T. L., & Czuchry, M. (2002, October). Fun and games in correctional based treatment: Viewpoint Game, RAFTing, and Mind Play. Invited three-hour workshop conducted at the 3rd Annual Criminal Justice Institute, San Diego, CA.

Bennett, J. B. (November, 2002). Prevention and innovation in the workplace: Beyond drug testing to wellness. Workshop presented at Florida Statewide Prevention Conference: Closing the Gateway to Drugs, Orlando, FL.

Knight, K. (2002, November). Public health and public safety: Role of reentry. Invited plenary for Integrating Public Health and Public Safety into the Criminal Justice System, State Systems Development Program Conference, Washington, DC.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, November). An evidence-based treatment system for improving practice. Invited plenary for Science to Services Institute, State Systems Development Program Conference, Washington, DC.

Simpson, D. D. (2002, November). Using organizational assessments to evaluate systems change. Invited plenary for National Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Directors Meeting, Washington, DC.

Simpson, D. D., Flynn, P. M., & Knight, K. (2002, November). Overview of TCU resources and assessments for criminal justice-based treatments. Invited presentation to the Substance Abuse Core Council Meeting, Indiana Department of Corrections, Indianapolis, IN.

Dansereau, D. F. (2002, December). Drug abuse recovery tools: Maps, games, and mind play. Invited address, National Institute on Drug Abuse-Sponsored Seminar Series, University of Texas, Austin, TX.