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Anne Hephzibah Berman

Anne Hephzibah Berman, American psychologist, researcher, psychotherapist. Achievements include research in drug use disorder identification test (DUDIT) and innovative treatment methods including ear acupuncture, cognitive skills training and telephone-linked care, as well as without screening for drug and alcohol problems.

Background

  • Berman, Anne Hephzibah was born on May 12, 1959 in New York City. Arrived in Sweden, 1984. Daughter of Lawrence Victor Berman and Dina B. Crockett.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Stockholm University, 1993—1998. Doctor of Philosophy, Stockholm University, 2004. Degree in Psychotherapy, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2007.

    Career

    • Psychologist Österåker Prison, Stockholm, 1999. Psychologist, researcher Karolinska Institute, 2000—2002. Researcher National Council for Crime Prevention (BRÅ), 2000—2002, Stockholm University, 2002—2004.

      Post doctoral Karolinska Institute, since 2004. Clinical psychologist Stockholm Center for Dependency Disorders, since 2005. Consultant Otimus, Stockholm, since 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in drug use disorder identification test (DUDIT) and innovative treatment methods including ear acupuncture, cognitive skills training and telephone-linked care, as well as without screening for drug and alcohol problems.

    Membership

    Spiritual leader Jewish Community, Stockholm, 1998—2006. Fellow: Swedish Medical Society (associate). Member: Swedish Society for Behavioral Medicine (treasurer since 2005), Swedish Psychological Association (associate).

    Connections

    • Married Jonas Sundberg, June 10, 2003. Children: Michael Berman Grutzky, Yael Berman Grutzky.
    • father: Lawrence Victor Berman
    • mother: Dina B. Crockett
    • spouse: Jonas Sundberg
    • children: Michael Berman Grutzky Berman
    • Yael Berman Grutzky Berman
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    Born May 12, 1959
    (age 58)
    Nationality
    • 2004
      Stockholm University
    • 2007
      Uppsala University
    • 2002
      researcher, National Council for Crime Prevention (BR+a)
    • 1999
      Psychologist +uster+Nker Prison
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden
    • 2002 - 2004
      researcher, National Council for Crime Prevention (BR+a)
    • 2004
      post doctoral Karolinska Institute
    • 2005
      clinical psychologist Stockholm Center for Dependency Disorders
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