Kevin Hallgren, PhD

Personal Statement

I am a clinical psychologist with research interests in the treatment of problematic alcohol use, drug use, and co-occurring mental health conditions. Most of my research is conducted at the BRiTE Center within the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.‚Äč

Education

PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of New Mexico, 2010-2014
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship, Southwest Consortium of Clinical Psychology Internships, 2013-2014
MS, Psychology, University of New Mexico, 2008-2010
BA, Psychology, University of Missouri, 2003-2007

Department Affiliations

Other Affiliations

Medical Student Addiction Research Program (MedStAR)

Recent Publications

Combining mHealth Technology and Pharmacotherapy to Improve Mental Health Outcomes and Reduce Human Rights Abuses in West Africa: Intervention Field Trial.
(2024 Mar 27)
JMIR Ment Health 11(): e53096
Ben-Zeev D, Larsen A, Attah DA, Obeng K, Beaulieu A, Asafo SM, Gavi JK, Kadakia A, Sottie EQ, Ohene S, Kola L, Hallgren K, Snyder J, Collins PY, Ofori-Atta A, M-Healer Research Team

Reductions in World Health Organization risk drinking level are associated with improvements in sleep problems among individuals with alcohol use disorder.
(2024 Mar 16)
Alcohol Alcohol 59(3):
Garcia CC, Richards DK, Tuchman FR, Hallgren KA, Kranzler HR, Aubin HJ, O'Malley SS, Mann K, Aldridge A, Hoffman M, Anton RF, Witkiewitz K

Reductions in World Health Organization Risk Drinking Level Are Associated With Reductions in Alcohol Use Disorder Diagnosis and Criteria: Evidence From an Alcohol Pharmacotherapy Trial.
(2024 Apr 12)
J Addict Med
Richards DK, Tuchman FR, Hallgren KA, Kranzler HR, Aubin HJ, O'Malley SS, Mann K, Aldridge A, Anton RF, Witkiewitz K

Test-retest reliability of DSM-5 substance use symptom checklists used in primary care and mental health care settings.
(2024 Mar 1)
Drug Alcohol Depend 256(): 111108
Hallgren KA, Matson TE, Oliver M, Wang X, Williams EC, Bradley KA

Reductions in WHO risk drinking levels correlate with alcohol craving among individuals with alcohol use disorder.
(2024 Feb)
Alcohol Clin Exp Res (Hoboken) 48(2): 420-429
Tuchman FR, Hallgren KA, Richards DK, Aldridge A, Anton RF, Aubin HJ, Kranzler HR, Mann K, O'Malley SS, Witkiewitz K

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