Brian Borsari, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||4150 Clement Street|
San Francisco CA 94121
|College of William and Mary||Bachelors of Science||Psychology||1995|
|Syracuse University||Clinical Psychology||Arts and Sciences||2003|
|Boston Consortium of Clinical Psychology||Pre-Doctoral Internship||Clinical Psychology||2003|
|Brown University||Postdoctoral Fellowship||Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies||2005|
Brian Borsari received his PhD in clinical psychology from Syracuse University in 2003. Dr. Borsari is currently a Health Behavior Consultant and Clinician Researcher at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. His research interests there involve the assessment and treatment of addictive behaviors, training VA staff in motivational interviewing and other client-centered communication to facilitate behavior change, and developing interventions to assist student service members/veterans who are attending college. He is also Professor in Residence in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. His research conducted through the Northern California Institute of Research and Education (NCIRE), also known as the Veterans Health Research Institute, include the development and implementation of brief motivational interventions with college student drinkers, the social influences on alcohol (e.g., modeling and norms), high risk behaviors such as pregaming and drinking games, development and evaluation of interventions using mobile technology, and in-session processes of motivational interviewing that are related to behavior change.
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