Title: Clinical Professor
University of Michigan, PhD, Clinical Psychology
Dr. Zweben has over thirty-five years' experience in treating addiction, and training treatment practitioners. She has a broad based background in both alcoholism and drug dependence, and has experience with both residential and outpatient modalities. She has a long-standing commitment to building treatment resources through networking activities. She is the founder and Executive Director of The East Bay Community Recovery Project and The 14th Street Clinic & Medical Group (Oakland) and has steadily developed the medical and psychosocial services of these affiliated organizations. Her activities as an author, teacher, consultant and participant in NIDA's Clinical Trials Network keep her informed of new developments in the field. She is the author of 3 books, over 55 articles or book chapters and editor of 15 monographs on treating addiction.
addictive disorders, co-occurring disorders, women's issues, opioid dependence
assessment and treatment of addiction, co-occurring substance abuse and other mental disorders, women's issues, treatment of opioid dependence
substance abuse treatment
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