Conall O'Cleirigh, Ph.D.


Psychologist
Psychiatry-Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital
PhD Investigator Clinical
Psychiatry, Mass General Research Institute
Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
PhD University of Miami 2004
aids; alcohol-related disorders; bisexuality; childhood sexual abuse; depression; expressed emotion; hiv; hiv infections; life change events; male homosexuality; medication adherence; minority men; msm; personality; post-traumatic stress disorder; risk-taking; smoking cessation; substance abuse intravenous; trauma; unsafe sex Dr. O'Cleirigh's research interests are in developing and adapting cognitive-behavioral intervention technologies for application with medical populations, particularly among people living with HIV. As part of this research emphasis he is involved in developing primary and secondary HIV prevention interventions with particular application among gay and bisexual men. Dr. O'Cleirigh is funded through the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to develop and test the efficacy of a novel cognitive behavioral therapy to address sexual risk and trauma symptom severity among gay/bisexual men with histories of childhood sexual abuse. He is also funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to develop and test an integrated smoking cessation program among people living with HIV.
Publications Clinical Profile
cocleirigh@mgh.harvard.edu
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