This award would be given to a non-SoAP member, and could be awarded for outstanding media portrayal, contribution to key legislation, or other contributions that has been made to advancing the understanding of the addictions.
SoAP promotes advances in research, professional training, and clinical practice within the broad range of addictive behaviors including problematic use of alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs and disorders involving gambling, eating, sexual behavior, or spending. Membership includes a subscription to the peer-reviewed journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors and the newsletter of the Division.
The 2018 Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction Meeting will feature two keynote talks from Drs. Mary Larimer and Thomas Brandon, three pre-conference workshops,...
Join over 1000 individuals committed to research, professional training, and clinical practice within the broad range of addictive behaviors, including senior addiction researchers, practitioners, early career members, and students/trainees.
The Society of Addiction Psychology is devoted to the education and training of addiction psychologists. We offer continuing education opportunities throughout the year at a variety of meetings and events, including our annual mid-year meeting, Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction.
Dr. Ekaterina (Kate) Pivovarova is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in work with forensic populations. Dr. Pivovarova’s research examines two areas: 1) Treatment of substance use disorders... read more
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has been well validated for the treatment of substance use disorders (SUDs) and addictive behaviors – and group treatment is common in the treatment of these problems. This program presents a cognitive-behavioral therapy addictions group (CBTAG) for diverse... read more