Please join us on October 21, at 10:00a.m. for a virtual EPIC Ed. to learn about Contingency Management Treatment (CMT). Dr. Jeremiah Weinstock, a professor of psychology at Saint Louis University, will give us an overview of CMT including evidence behind the treatment, different populations and target behaviors the treatment can be used with, and efforts throughout Missouri to expand CMT. You can read a bit more about Dr. Weinstock, CMT, and current efforts in MO here.
Scott Moyers from the Gibson Recovery Center will share about local implementation of CMT. The Gibson Recovery Center is one of six agencies in Missouri being funded through SOR 2.0 to implement CMT.
Dr. Jeremiah Weinstock is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Saint Louis University. He conducts clinically-focused research on the conceptualization and treatment of addiction, including gambling disorder and exercise as an intervention for substance use disorders. In the context of his research, he frequently uses contingency management to reinforce behavior change (e.g., exercise behavior, drug abstinence, therapy attendance). His research includes over 60 peer-review scientific publications and his work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health the International Center for Responsible Gaming. Over the past 2 years, Dr. Weinstock has served as a consultant for the Missouri’s Department of Mental Health’s initiatives that seek to implement contingency management within substance use disorders treatment programs.
October 21, 2021