Experts Guide

Welcome to the RIT Experts Guide. Here you will find information on RIT faculty and staff with expertise in a variety of areas. Each profile includes the expert’s credentials and contact information.

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Caroline Easton

Professor of clinical forensic psychology in the School of Behavioral Health and director of the Priority Behavioral Health Internship Program
Expert in:
Addiction and family violence
Domestic violence
Intimate partner violence
Substance abuse
Alcohol and drug addiction
Mental and behavioral health

Respecialization in clinical psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass., 1995-97
Postdoctoral fellow, Alcohol Research Center, University of Connecticut, 1994-97
Ph.D. in psychology, University of Connecticut, 1994
BS in biotechnology/psychology, RIT, 1990

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