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Priority Behavioral Health & Clinical Psychology Internship

Supervision

Interns receive intensive training and supervision to assure that they are adhering to best practice procedures and are competent in administering interventions to substance abusing forensic populations. Each week, all cases currently being evaluated are reviewed and discussed by faculty and interns together. Final dispositions and treatment recommendations are determined by utilizing the experience and clinical judgment of our multidisciplinary team. Two hours of individual supervision are provided weekly. Formal evaluations are completed quarterly, (4) times, during the year and serve as a review of progress on training goals and core competencies.

Caroline Easton, Ph.D.
Psychology Internship Training Directory
Forensic Clinical Psychology
School of Behavioral Health
College of Health Sciences and Technology
585-475-4065
caroline.easton@rit.edu
Suite 1655 (Office 1667) Slaughter Hall

BS, Rochester Institute of Technology; Ph.D., University of Connecticut

Teaches: Diagnosing the Criminal Mind, Researching the Criminal Mind, Addiction Psychiatry, Medical Interactive Therapies

Research Areas: Forensic and addiction psychiatry

Dr. Caroline Easton, an alumni of RIT (1990), is a Professor of Forensic Psychology in the new College of Health Science and Technology at RIT. She served as a senior faculty member at Yale’s School of Medicine for 17 years, directed both the pre-doctoral training program and the Forensic Drug Diversion Clinic. Dr. Easton was recently hired to build new education and training programs pertaining to Behavioral Health within CHST. She will also serve as the Clinical Director of the new Behavioral Health Sciences Clinic.

Dr. Easton’s scholarly interests pertain to her expertise within Forensic and Addiction Psychiatry. More specifically, she has numerous publications related to ‘best practice procedures’ for the treatment of clients with co-occurring addiction and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). She presents at international/national conferences, publishes in peer-reviewed journals and has received funding on grants from the National Institute of Health, the Donaghue Foundation, CT’s Department of Addiction and Mental Health Services, Monroe County’s Office of Mental Health, the Socio-Legal Center and the U.K.

On the international level, Dr. Easton currently collaborates with Investigators from London, England, Hong Kong, Australia, Spain, Scotland, Brazil and Canada regarding the treatment of family violence among substance abusers. On a national level, Dr. Easton continues to consult with the state of CT on Policy and Procedures for Family Violence Treatment Reform. She continues as Clinical Faculty within Yale’s School of Medicine. On the community level, Dr. Easton provides consultation, evaluation and/or treatment services for the Monroe County’s Office of Mental Health, the Socio-Legal Center, Rochester’s Regional Healthcare System, Catholic Family Services and the Criminal Justice System.

Cory Crane, Ph.D.
Supervisor
Clinical Psychology
School of Behavioral Health
College of Health Sciences and Technology
585-475-4018
cacihst@rit.edu
Suite 1655 (Office 1662) Slaughter Hall

BA, Anthropology & Psychology, University of Michigan; MS, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Purdue University

Teaches: Addiction Pharmacology

Research Areas: Evaluating assessment tools & brief interventions for the perpetration of domestic and intimate partner violence, developing methodologies to study the proximal relationship between alcohol use and subsequent aggression

Dr. Crane specializes in forensics, focusing primarily on the intersection of substance use and violent or aggressive behavior. He is jointly affiliated with the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Canandaigua Veterans Affairs Medical Center. For a complete list of Dr. Crane's publications, please explore www.researchgate.net/profile/Cory_Crane

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