Mr. Hyde has more than 35 years of experience in substance use prevention, intervention, and treatment. In collaboration with SAMHSA and American Society of Addiction Medicine, he planned and conducted SAMHSAâ€™s Physician Training for Use of Buprenorphine in multiple states. He has developed curriculum and training videos for SAMHSA SBIRT medical residency and health professional training grantees. He served as a trainer for the SAMHSA/NIDA Blended Initiative Certified Buprenorphine Training. Mr. Hyde has developed and conducted behavioral health provider trainings on pharmacotherapies for addictive disorders for the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addictive Disorders Counselor Training Program and the states of Vermont and Rhode Island. In addition, he served as the conference director and planner for SAMHSAâ€™s 2001 International Conference on Best Practices: Treatment of Opioid Dependence and the state of Vermontâ€™s first Annual Physiciansâ€™ Conference on Addiction Medicine. He has worked with clinics and healthcare programs throughout the United States supporting substance use disorder service integration in primary care.
Joseph Hyde MA, LMHC, CAS
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