- American Board of Professional Psychology - Psychologist
- Wayne State University, MI, 2010
- Brown University Division of Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology, RI, 2013
Dr. Braciszewski’s research interests broadly focus on substance use among vulnerable populations, technology-based interventions for substance use, and access to health care. Currently, he is PI of two NIH-funded studies that utilize mHealth strategies to mitigate alcohol, drug, and tobacco use among youth exiting the foster care system. He is also site PI for a randomized trial of Opioid Use Disorder treatment in primary care, funded by the NIDA Clinical Trials Network. Finally, he is Co-Investigator for an implementation project of integrated (i.e., substance use and mental health) pediatric primary care, consultant for a grant to develop an mHealth intervention for suicidal adolescents who use alcohol, Co-Investigator of a project to address health disparities for African American adults at risk for cancer, and a Co-Investigator for a project developing an mHealth alcohol intervention for youth who are in treatment for depression or anxiety. He has also provided Motivational Interviewing training, coding, and coaching services since 2008, which are often a part of his intervention studies.
Dr. Braciszewski’s research interests broadly focus on substance use among vulnerable populations, technology-based interventions for substance use, and access to health care.