Joseph Houchins, MA

Joseph Houchins, MA

Originally from Texas, Joe moved to Boston in 2013 to attend Boston University’s M.A. psychology program. His coursework was of a clinical focus, including abnormal psychology, statistics, personality, clinical psychology and neuroscience. Joe was also a teaching fellow and instructor at Boston University, giving lectures on a number of topics including Psychology and Criminal Justice, Social Psychology and Abnormal Psychology. For his Master’s Thesis, Joe analyzed pre-existing data to determine associations and mediational relationships among treated individuals with bulimia and co-occurring borderline personality disorder symptomatology. Joe has written numerous research papers, including those from his undergraduate research work, and enjoys writing creatively as well.

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Getting Addiction Treatment When You Have HIV/AIDS

November 4th, 2019 Joseph Houchins, MA 15 minute read
Mental Health, Drugs, and HIV Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) take an incredible toll on human life worldwide:1 In 1995, at the peak of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the U.S., there were 50,877 AIDS deaths...
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