Samuel A. Ball PhD

Professor of Psychiatry; Assistant Chair for Education and Career Development; Director of Research (APT Foundation BIRCWH Scholars Program); Scientific Director (Psychotherapy Development Research Center)

Biographical Info

I was born, raised, and continue to live in southern Connecticut. I received my bachelor's degree in Psychology and English from Colgate University in 1984 and then went to graduate school for Clinical Psychology at the University of Delaware where I received my master's in 1988 and doctorate in 1990. After completing my internship at Yale Medical School, I joined the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry as a Clinical Instructor and am now a Professor. In addition to my research, teaching, and faculty development responsibilities at Yale, I have held various clinical administrative leadership positions in The APT Foundation, one of the largest providers of substance abuse treatment in the state.


Education & Training

B.A.
Colgate University (1984)
Ph.D.
University of Delaware (1990)
Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Internship
Yale School of Medicine, Psychiatry  (1989 - 1990)

Professional Service

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Personality (2007 - p)
  • Program Reviewer, SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs (2006 - p)
  •  (2005 - p)
  • Member, American Psychological Association (1988 - p)
  • Study Section Member, NIH Center for Scientific Review: Risk, Prevention and Intervention for Addictions (09/01/2009 - p)
  • Study Section Member (NIDA E Treatment Committee), NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse (09/01/2005 - 06/30/2009)

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