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Thaddeus Camlin

Thaddeus Camlin, PsyD, is assistant professor at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant. He teaches courses in chemical dependency, integrative psychology, psychopathology, and ethics. He also runs The Center for Integrative Psychology at CSPP, offering specialized training in the practice of integrative psychotherapy. 

Research interests include psychedelic assisted psychotherapy, integrative harm reduction for addictive problems, and integrative psychology. Dr. Camlin completed his undergraduate work at Marquette University, majoring in psychology with a minor in theology. He completed his graduate training with an integrative emphasis at CSPP, where he completed his doctoral dissertation on the use of ibogaine to treat opioid use disorders. He later published an article version of his dissertation in a peer-reviewed journal. 

In addition to his role as core faculty, Dr. Camlin works as a psychologist specializing in self-empowering treatment for addictive problems at Practical Recovery in San Diego. He is certified in Community Reinforcement And Family Training (CRAFT) and as a SMART Recovery facilitator.