Anne M. Grand, PhD
Instructor in Clinical Psychology
Dr Grand is an attending psychologist and substance abuse specialist in the Department of Psychiatry's Detoxification Service and Dual Diagnosis Treatment Service. She received her BA cum laude from Radcliffe College and was awarded the PhD with distinction from Teachers College Columbia University for her experimental clinical research on motivation for treatment. She completed her internship at St Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital Center and a specialized fellowship in substance use disorders and group treatments at Smithers Treatment Center of Roosevelt Hospital. She developed and directed the first substance treatment program specifically designed for college and university students and initiated the use of motivation based treatments in group settings.At Columbia, Dr Grand specializes in working with patients with complex psychological and substance use disorders and their families. Her particular interest lies in helping patients address ambivalence about treatment and change.
Dr Grand also maintains a private practice in general psychotherapy with individuals and families. She serves on the board of the New York State Lawyers's Assistance Trust and on the advisory board of the Allen Community Hospital.
Education and Training
- Columbia University, New York, NY
Dr. Grand's research has focused on issues related to motivation for treatment and ambivalence about change.