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Clinical Practice:
7501 NW 4th Street, Suite 215 Plantation, Florida 33317 Specializing in Stress, Trauma & Addiction
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Education

2000-2003
Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology
Nova Southeastern University, Center for Psychological Studies Master of Science in Clinical Psychology
Nova Southeastern University, Center for Psychological Studies Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Magna Cum Laude
State University of New York at Binghamton
Training & Experience

2009-2011 Independent Contractor
Conducted Dialectical Behavior Group Therapy with individuals diagnosed
with psychiatric conditions including Borderline Personality Disorder.
2009-2011 Assistant Professor/Doctoral Project Coordinator, Carlos Albizu University
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology
Responsibilities included developing & teaching doctoral level courses and ensuring the
quality and ethical conduct of student-faculty research. Assisted in the preparation of
materials for APA re-accreditation, served as student advisor, directed dissertation
research, and administered qualifying oral examinations.
2005-2009 Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine
Faculty appointment at Yale medical school funded through The Yale Stress Center & Interdisciplinary Research Consortium on Stress, Self-Control & Addiction and other NIH support. Responsibilities included directing clinical research, providing direct clinical services, teaching medical students, supervision of psychology interns and fellows, conference presentation, and manuscript preparation. Project Director: Lofexidine to Enhance Naltrexone Treatment for Opiate Addiction Directed a NIDA funded Phase II clinical trial examining whether lofexidine prevents stress-related opioid relapse in naltrexone-treated opioid abusers; screened participants; conducted intake evaluations; conducted Motivatonal Enhancement Therapy (MET) and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with opioid dependent subjects; coordinated with detoxification facilities, the clinic pharmacy, USWorldmeds, and the Yale Institutional Review Board (IRB); tracked subject progress, prepared progress reports; monitored adverse events; maintained a research database; supervised interns, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants; analyzed data & prepared manuscripts. Project Director: Sex Differences in Progesterone Effects on Responses to Stress and Drug Cues Directed a NIDA funded study examining the effects of Progesterone on physiological and subjective responses to stress and drug cues in substance dependent adults; developed a research clinic that incorporated Contingency Management voucher incentive treatment; screened participants; conducted intake evaluations; provided MET and CBT to subjects; supervised interns, fellows, and research staff; coordinated with the clinic pharmacy and Yale IRB; tracked subject progress; prepared progress reports; analyzed data and prepared manuscripts. Staff Psychologist: Naltrexone for Heavy Drinking in Young Adults Provided Brief Alcohol Screening & Intervention for College Students (BASICS) motivational feedback counseling as part of a NIAAA funded placebo-controlled study designed to assess the efficacy of daily and targeted naltrexone in addition to BASICS counseling in reducing heavy drinking in college-aged young adults. Post-doctoral Fellow, Yale University School of Medicine
Awarded a 2-year NIH funded T32 National Research Service Award (NRSA) to
investigate the gender-specific effects of childhood trauma on the course of substance use
disorders. Conducted intake assessments and provided psychotherapy to drug dependent
and dually diagnosed individuals at the Substance Abuse Treatment Unit of the
Connecticut Mental Health Center. Training included individualized research mentorship,
completion of a translational-research project, and a core curriculum that included
seminars on substance abuse research and treatment, statistics and research design, the
responsible conduct of scientific research, and grant writing skills.
Pre-doctoral Intern, The Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology
A consortium of APA approved training programs affiliated with Harvard Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine, Tufts School of Medicine, & The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (rotations below). National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Boston VA Medical Center)
Conducted comprehensive psychological evaluations and provided psychotherapy
including Dialectical Behavior Therapy and exposure therapy to male and female veterans
within the Behavioral Sciences Division and Women’s Health Sciences Division of the
National Center for PTSD.
Community Based VA Outpatient Clinics (Boston VA Medical Center)
Conducted diagnostic assessments and provided clinical services including individual,
family, and group therapy to veterans within the trauma clinic, anxiety disorders clinic,
mood clinic, smoking cessation clinic, and walk-in clinic.
Urgent Care Clinic (Boston VA Medical Center)
Conducted emergency triage evaluations through the VAMC Urgent Care Clinic.
Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (Boston VAMC)
Conducted assessments and provided clinical services including psycho-education and
individual and group relapse prevention therapy to veterans with chemical addictions.
Child & Adolescent Research & Education Program (CARE), Yale University
Conducted assessments with children removed from their parents’ care due to abuse or
neglect for a study evaluating DCF services for children in out-of-home care.
Adolescent Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment Program (ADAPT)
Served as Assistant Coordinator and Staff Therapist for an adolescent diversion program.
Conducted assessments and provided individual and family therapy to adolescents arrested
for minor offenses, who had substance abuse problems, or who were considered at risk for
developing such problems. Assisted police departments with referrals, conducted
screenings, scored assessments & maintained a research database.
Nova Southeastern University Student Counseling Services
Conducted individual therapy, couples counseling, and personality testing for students.
Guided Self-Change Clinic (GSC), Nova Community Mental Health Center
Conducted psychological evaluations and provided a brief motivational intervention to
individuals with drug and alcohol addiction. One Stop Program, Conte Correctional Facility
Conducted evaluations and facilitated group therapy for incarcerated males arrested for
domestic violence and substance abuse.
Trauma Resolution & Integration Program (TRIP), Nova Southeastern University
Performed various research duties for a treatment program for adult childhood trauma
survivors. Presented research at conferences and published articles in refereed journals.
Teaching & Clinical Supervision

2000-2002
Worked with psychologists, the FBI, and the City of Plantation Police Department in training hostage negotiators. Assisted in teaching active listening skills through staged hostage-taking scenarios and provided feedback to police trainees. CHANGE Instructor: Yale Department of Education. Taught Yale University medical students a motivational interviewing skills didactic focused on reducing patient health-risk behaviors in a medical setting. Taught seminars on stress, trauma, and substance addiction through the Yale Stress Center; developed informational briefs for distribution throughout Connecticut; provided in-services on stress, PTSD, addictive habits, and health. Supervised clinical research staff, social workers, pre-doctoral psychology interns, and postdoctoral fellows at the Yale University School of Medicine. Guest lecturer for a Health Psychology Class at Yale College: Stress and Addiction. PSYD746 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CAU) Pre-Practicum, Interviewing, & Clinic Orientation (CAU) Compulsive & Addictive Behaviors (CAU) Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior (CAU)
Scientific Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

Hyman, S.M., Hong, K., Dabre, Z., Comegys, D., Kimmerling, A., & Sinha, R. (2009). A stress-
coping profile of opioid dependent individuals entering naltrexone treatment: A comparison with healthy controls. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 23(4), 613-619.
Hyman, S.M & Sinha, R. (2009). Stress-related factors in cannabis use and misuse: Implications for
prevention and treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 36, 400-413.
Hyman, S.M.
, Paliwal, P., Chaplin, T., Mazure, C., Rounsaville, B. & Sinha, R. (2008).
Severity of childhood trauma is predictive of cocaine relapse outcomes in women but not men. Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 92, 208-216.
Paliwal, P, Hyman, S.M., & Sinha, R. (2008). Craving predicts time to cocaine relapse: Further
validation of the now and brief versions of the Cocaine Craving Questionnaire. Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 93, 252-259.
Hyman, S.M., Fox, H., Hong, K., Doebrick, C. & Sinha (2007). Stress and drug-cue induced craving in
opioid dependent individuals in naltrexone treatment. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 15(2), 134-43.
Hyman, S,M., Paliwal, P. & Sinha, R. (2007). Childhood maltreatment, perceived stress, and stress-
related coping in recently abstinent cocaine dependent adults. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 21(2), 233-238.
Hyman, S,M
., Garcia, M., & Sinha, R. (2006). Gender specific associations between types of
childhood maltreatment and the onset, escalation, and severity of substance use in cocaine dependent adults. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 32, 655-664.
Hyman, S.M
., Garcia, M., Kemp, K., Mazure, M., & Sinha, R. (2005). A gender specific psychometric
analysis of the early trauma inventory short form in cocaine dependent adults. Addictive Behaviors, 30(4), 847-852.
Gold, S.N., Hyman, S.M., & Andres, R.C. (2004). Family of origin environments in two clinical
samples of survivors of intra-familial, extra-familial, and both types of childhood sexual abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 28, 1199-1212.
Guttman, L.M., Sobell, L., Prevo, M., Toll, B., Gutwein, C., Sobell, M., & Hyman, S.M. (2004).
Outcome research methodology of smoking cessation trials (1994-1998). Addictive Behaviors, 29, 441-463.
Hyman, S.M
. & Schneider, B.A. (2004). The short-term treatment of a long-term interpersonal
avoidance. Clinical Case Studies, 3(4), 313-332.
Hyman, S.M
. (2003). An exploration of chance extra-therapeutic encounters. Voices, 39(1), 98-108.

Hyman, S.M
., Gold, S.N., & Cott, M., (2003). Forms of social support that moderate PTSD in
childhood sexual abuse survivors. Journal of Family Violence, 18(5), 295-300.
Book Chapters

Hyman, S.M., Gold, S.N. & Sinha, R. (2010). Coping with stress and trauma in young adulthood.
Grant & Potenza (Eds). Young Adult Mental Health. Oxford University Press.
Hyman, S.M.
(2002): An exploration of chance extra-therapeutic encounters. In A.A. Lazarus & O.
Zur (Eds.), Dual Relationships and Psychotherapy, (pp. 349-357) New York: Springer Publications. Treatment Manuals
Fiellin, D.A., Pantalon, M.V. & Hyman, S.M. (2008). Manual for Standard Medical Management of

Opioid Dependence with Long-Acting Injectable Naltrexone. Unpublished manual. Yale University School
Newsletter Articles

Hyman, S.M. (2001, Spring). Recognizing trauma induced disorders: A review. Psyche & Sol:
Newsletter of the Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12 (2) p15.
Presentations and Symposia
Hyman, S.M.
(2011). Addiction: Brain Disease or Bad Habit? Presented at Nova Southeastern University,

Hyman, S.M.
(2011). Trauma & Addiction: What’s the Connection? Presented at The Miami-Dade County
Department of Human Services, Miami, Fl.
Hyman, S.M.
(2010). Managing Stress and Addictive Habits to Prevent Health Problems. Presented at The
Goodman Psychological Services Center, Miami, FL.
Fox HC, Hyman S.M., Sinha, R. (2009). The stress and cue-related craving state in alcohol dependent individuals with
low perceived social support (LPSS). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Diego, CA.
Hyman, S.M.
(2009). Staying in Control: Managing Stress and Addictive Habits to Prevent Health Problems.
Presented at The Western Connecticut Mental Health Network. Torrington, CT.
Hyman, S.M
., & Sinha, R. (2008). Gender-Specific Effects of Childhood Trauma on Cocaine Use and
Relapse. In S.M. Hyman & R. Sinha (Co-Chairs), Gender-Specific Effects of Childhood Trauma on Addiction Outcomes. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA.
Hyman (2008). Harm Reduction and Motivational Interviewing. Presented at Chemical Abuse Services, Inc.

Hyman, S.M. & Sinha (2008). A stress-coping profile of opioid dependent individuals in naltrexone treatment. Poster
presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Hyman, S.M., Fox, H., & Sinha, R. (2007). Emotional Intelligence (EI) in abstinent cocaine patents:
difficulties understanding and managing emotions. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Quebec, Canada.
Hyman, S.M
. Paliwal, P., & Sinha, R. (2006). Stress and drug cue induced craving in opioid dependent individuals on
naltrexone. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Scottsdale, Arizona. Bergquist, K.L., Paliwal, P., Hyman, S.M., & Sinha, R. (2006). Changes in cocaine craving, mood, and stress in
cocaine dependent individuals during inpatient treatment and outpatient follow-up. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Scottsdale, Arizona. Hyman, S.M. & Sinha, R. (2005, October). Gender-specific effects of childhood maltreatment on cocaine relapse
outcomes. Poster presented at The Second Annual Interdisciplinary Women’s Health Research Symposium. Bethesda, Maryland. Hyman, S.M., Garcia, M. & Sinha, R. (2005, June). Types of childhood maltreatment that affect stress-coping in
cocaine dependent men and women. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Orlando, Florida. Paliwal, P. Hyman, S.M., & Sinha, R. (2005, June). Gender-specific effects of childhood maltreatment on cocaine
relapse outcomes. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Orlando, Florida. Hyman, S.M., Garcia, M. & Sinha, R. (2004, June). Gender specific associations between types of childhood
maltreatment and drug use variables in cocaine dependent adults. Poster presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Gold, S.N., Hyman, S.M., & Andres, R.C. (2002, November). Family environments of survivors of
intra-familial, extra-familial, and both types of childhood sexual abuse. In S.N. Gold (Chair), Contextual Therapy for Complex PTSD: Theory, Research, and Case Study. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Baltimore, Maryland.
Hyman, S.M. & Combs, M. (2001, November). ADAPT: An overview of the program with an emphasis on
superior techniques including positive reinforcement (Catching My Child Being Good); parent/child communication skills; accountability for adolescents. Presented at the Safety Summit Symposium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Cott, M.A., Gold, S.N., Boccio, P., Andres, R., & Hyman, S.M. (1999, November). A gender
comparison of delayed recall of childhood sexual abuse. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, Florida. Bizaz, S., Andres, R.C., Hyman, S.M., Crumb, T., & Azrin, N. (1999, August). Reducing adolescent
depressive symptoms through substance abuse and conduct disorder treatment. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.
Honors and Awards

1998
Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society, Binghamton University. Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Binghamton University. Golden Key National Honor Society, Binghamton University. NIH T32 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) NIDA Women & Gender Junior Investigator Travel Award - College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD). Awarded 5 years of NIH Loan Repayment for Clinical Researchers.
Appointments

2002-3 Appointed teaching fellow at The Boston University School of Medicine.
2003-5 Appointed postdoctoral fellow at The Yale University School of Medicine.
Editorial Activities

Editorial Board Member -Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy

Invited reviewer – Addictive Behaviors
Invited reviewer – Psychology of Addictive Behaviors
Invited reviewer – American Journal of Psychiatry
Invited reviewer – Journal of Studies on Alcohol
Invited reviewer – Journal of Psychosomatic Research
Invited reviewer – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Invited reviewer – Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy
Invited reviewer – Psychoneuroendocrinology
Invited reviewer – Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Invited reviewer – Addiction
Invited reviewer – Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
Invited reviewer – Child Maltreatment
Invited reviewer – Psychopharmacology
Professional Memberships

2004-2006
American Psychological Association (APA)
Research Support

Interdisciplinary Research on Stress, Self Control and Addiction Role: Clinician & Researcher NIH-ORWH/NIDA Specialized Center of Research (SCOR) on Women’s Health: Sex, Stress and Substance Use Disorders Role: Clinician & Researcher NIAAA R01 AA016621: Naltrexone for Heavy Drinking in Young Adults
Role: Clinician & Supervisor

NIDA R01-DA18219:
Lofexidine to Prevent Stress-Related Opiate Relapse Role: Project Director & Clinician 5 T32 DA 07238: NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA)
Research Training Fellowship in Substance Abuse
Role: Postdoctoral Fellow
References
Rajita Sinha, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychiatry
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Director: Yale Stress Center
Rajita.sinha@yale.edu
(203) 737-5805
Benjamin Toll, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Director: Smoking Cessation Program at The Yale Cancer Center
Benjamin.toll@yale.edu
(203) 974-5767
Steven N. Gold, Ph.D.
Professor
Nova Southeastern University
Director: Trauma Resolution & Integration program (TRIP)
Editor: Journal of Psychological Trauma
gold@nova.edu
(954) 262-5714
Ismene Petrakis, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry
Yale University School of Medicine Chief of Psychiatry Service VA Connecticut Healthcare System Ismene.petrakis@yale.edu (203) 785-2117

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