OHSU

James M. Sardo, Ph.D.

James M. Sardo, Ph.D.

Program Co-Manager, Substance Abuse Treatment Program (SATP) and the PTSD Clinical Team (PCT)
Assistant Professor, Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at OHSU

Degree: 
Ph.D.

Education:
Dr. Sardo received his Ph.D. from SUNY Binghamton in 1998 and completed advanced training in PTSD at the Portland VAMC in 1999.

Biography:
As the Program manager for the SATP, he is engaged in administrative duties and in the provision of individual and group services for the treatment of substance abuse. Dr. Sardo consults with the Regional Liver Transplant Team and participates in the Northwest Hepatitis C Resource Center. His research interests include both the etiology and treatment of Alcohol Dependence and the efficacy of skill-based management of PTSD. Dr. Sardo serves in the United States Air Force Reserves as a member of the Mental Health Rapid Response Team attached to the 446 ASTS at McChord Air Force Base in Tacoma, Washington. Dr. Sardo recently completed a four month deployment to Iraq where he provided a range of mental health services while attached to 332nd EMDG.

Activities:
Clinical
Education
Research

Keywords:
VA Psychologist
Adults
Veterans
PTSD
Medical Illnesses
Alcoholism/Drug Addiction
Psychotherapy - CBT