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Washington State University seeking Clinical and Experimental PhD applicants with addiction psychology/substance use/harm reduction focus for Fall 2020

News Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019 - 14:45

Dr. Susan Collins joined the faculty in the Department of Psychology at Washington State University. There are a faculty across WSU’s various campuses with concentrations in addiction psychology/substance use who are accepting graduate students in both the clinical and experimental PhD tracks in fall 2020. Interested candidates can read more about the PhD program here:

And mirroring Div 50 President Linda Sobell’s theme for the APA Convention this year, “Fifty Years of Harm Reduction: Past, Present, and Future,” students working in Dr. Collins' lab will have a strong concentration in harm-reduction treatment and interventions as well as community based participatory research. Interested applicants can get an idea of what to expect here ( and can read about her research, trainings and clinical work at the Harm Reduction Research and Treatment (HaRRT) Center here:

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