Education

 

Chief, Substance Abuse Outpatient Clinic, San Francisco VA Medical Center

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*Anger Management: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Manual, SAMHSA (Available in English, Spanish, and Korean Versions). Distribution of our Anger Management Therapy Manuals and Workbooks surpassed

1 million copies in 2008 and they continue to be highly requested from the SAMHSA Clearinghouse.

*Anger Management with Substance Use Disorder Patients, in Treatments for Anger in Specific Populations, Ephrem Fernandez, Editor, 2013. (Book Chapter, Co-authored with Michael Shopshire, Ph.D.)

*Addressing the Specific Behavioral Health Needs of Men, A Treatment Improvement Protocol, Series 56, SAMHSA, 2013. (Chair, Consensus Panel)

 

Featured Radio Program: Veterans Facing PTSD Together, Pushing Limits,

KPFA Public Radio, Hosted by Shelley Berman. Produced by Steve Howdyshell.

Key Publications

California Psychology License # PSY13520

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Special Congressional Recognition by Congressmen Jared Huffman and Mike Thompson for outstanding contributions and service to our Veterans, their families, and the community

 

American Psychological Association and American Psychological Postdoctoral and Internship Centers Award for Excellence in Diversity Training, 2008

Apex Award for Publication Excellence, 2004

American Psychological Association, Division 18, VA Section, Award for Outstanding Administration, 2002

UCSF and Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute

Interdisciplinary Achievement Award, 1999

Contact Dr. Reilly at:  Patrickreillyphd@gmail.com

Past Principle Positions Held

Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of California, San Francisco

Awards

Chair, Diversity Committee,

Department of Psychiatry,

University of California, San Francisco

Patrick M. Reilly, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology

University of California San Francisco

 

Director, Mental Health, Santa Rosa VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Stanford University, 1989

 

MSW, University of Minnesota, 1979

 

B.S., University of

Minnesota, 1977