Gerald J. Mozdzierz is the senior manager, psychology service, at Hines VA Hospital and a professor of psychiatry at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago. He received his doctorate in psychology from Loyola University of Chicago and is a board-certified clinical psychologist of the American Board of Professional Psychology as well as a Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Psychology. His primary interests are in psychological processes in biomedical ethics, outcome assessment, and Adlerian psychology.
Richard L. Greenblatt became a staff psychologist at Hines VA Hospital after receiving his doctorate in psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1981. His responsibilities include assessing and treating severely mentally ill patients and evaluating programs.
Ralph Snodgrass received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Loyola University of Chicago. Most of his professional career has been in treatment of patients with alcohol and substance abuse problems at Hines VA Hospital, where he has served as coordinator of the Alcohol Outpatient Treatment and Education Clinic and currently is on the dual diagnosis lodger program. He also is a consultant and a clinical director at Intervention Instruction, an agency providing DUI-related services in Cook County.
Bernard Sladen received his doctorate in clinical psychology at Washington University in 1979 and has been a staff psychologist at Hines VA Hospital since 1980. His work entails the assessment, consultation, and treatment of patients with substance-related disorders and HIV disease.
Douglas Jameson is a doctoral candidate at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and a psychology extern at Hines VA Hospital. He is responsible for administering and scoring psychological tests on the dual diagnosis lodger unit at Hines VA Hospital.