The Challenge of Reducing College Student Substance Use

Friday, November 9, 2012 - Presentations


Mallory Loflin

Have Brief Interventions Become Too Brief?
Presented by Mallory Loflin on behalf of Mitch Earleywine, PhD,
Department of Psychology, University at Albany, SUNY

Marla McBride, MS, CRC
David Wright, JD

Prevention and Intervention for Campus Alcohol Violations: A Wellness and Campus Life Collaboration
Marla McBride, MS, CRC, AOD Program, and David Wright, JD, Campus Living, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Kurt Dermen, PhD

Effects of a Brief Motivational Intervention to Reduce College Student Drinking
Kurt Dermen, PhD,
Research Institute on Addictions, University at Buffalo , SUNY

Joseph M. Monserrat, PsyD

Project Winning STEPS:  A Screening and Brief Intervention Approach Addressing Alcohol Use among Student-Athletes
Joseph M. Monserrat, PsyD,
Sport Psychologist, University Counseling Center, University at Albany, SUNY


Karen L. Sokolowski

Screening and Brief Intervention with Mandated Students:  Does It Work?
Karen L. Sokolowski,
Coordinator, Project Healthy STEPS and Licensed Psychologist,
University Counseling Center, University at Albany, SUNY

Michael MacLean, PhD
Steve Maisto, PhD

Theory, Mechanisms of Behavior Change, and the Effectiveness of Interventions for Drinking Among College Students
Mark Prince, MS, and Steve Maisto, PhD
Center for Health and Behavior, Syracuse University


Sherri Darrow, PhD

Building a Comprehensive Program from the Ground Up
Sherri Darrow, PhD,
Director, Wellness Education Services University at Buffalo, SUNY

M. Dolores Cimini, PhD

Integrating Targeted Screening and Brief Intervention Strategies into a Comprehensive University-based Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
M. Dolores Cimini, PhD,
Assistant Director for Prevention and Program Evaluation, University Counseling Center, University at Albany, SUNY