AFINet trustees: Joël Tremblay

Joël Tremblay, Ph.D., psychologist, is a full professor in the Department of Psychoeducation of the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and scientific director of the RISQ (Recherche et intervention sur les substances psychoactives – Québec) research team. He is interested in the role of a person’s entourage on the efficacy of treatment for addiction, including projects that assess the efficacy of couple interventions with gamblers and substances users.

He also focuses on model performance for the organization of services and the assessment of population needs for these services. He is co-author of My Choices, a program aimed at attaining controlled used of alcohol, cannabis, and other substances that is widely used in the francophone countries.

He also works on developing tests, such as screening tools (DÉBA-ADJ, DEP-ADO), and directs the development and validation of a battery used in addiction services in Quebec, Canada.

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