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Cassandra Berbary

Visiting Assistant Professor
Biomedical Sciences Program
Institute of Health Sciences and Technology

585-475-4577
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Cassandra Berbary

Visiting Assistant Professor
Biomedical Sciences Program
Institute of Health Sciences and Technology

585-475-4577

Areas of Expertise

Currently Teaching

MEDS-599
1 - 4 Credits
This course will provide students the opportunity for independent study in a topic of strong interest.
MEDS-411
3 Credits
This course will introduce students to clinical research as it pertains to symptoms, behaviors, the prediction of violent behaviors and treatment outcomes among offenders who commit crime. The course will introduce students to evidenced based science and the application to forensic populations, manuscript preparation, clinical case write ups and small grant proposals.
MEDS-311
3 Credits
This course will introduce students within the biomedical sciences, physician assistant, psychology and criminal justice fields to understand basic clinical diagnostic terms, symptoms and behaviors that pertain to clients who commit crime. The course will introduce students to the relationship between mental health, drug addiction, crime and violence. Students will be involved in mock trials, debates and case write ups.
MEDS-800
0 Credits
The internship seminar is designed to provide the didactic component to help interns achieve the training competencies required by the American Psychological Association, the accrediting body for training in clinical psychology. Interns will be exposed to a variety of doctoral-level clinical psychology content experts in the local community who discuss the ethical conduct of clinical psychologists within the domains of practice, education, consultation, and research with a focus on empirically supported treatment, addiction, and working with diverse populations. The seminar will provide balanced programming for trainees pursuing work with child and adult populations.
MEDS-299
1 - 4 Credits
This course will provide students the opportunity for independent study in a topic of strong interest.

In the News

  • August 29, 2019

    Dr. Caroline Easton Awarded $1.4 Million Grant

    The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HRSA) awarded Dr. Caroline Easton close to $1.4 Million Dollars. HRSA designated her as an awardee for the Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program designed to Advance the Field of Addiction Treatments within the Profession of Clinical Psychology.