Sean McCormick, PhD, MS
PhD - Temple University - Health Behavior Research Clinic
MS - Drexel University - Nezu Clinical Research Lab
BA - University of WIsconsin-Madison - Addictions Research Lab
My research examines modifiable cognitive-behavioral factors in mind-body and chronic disease health. Using evidence to understand long-term health is critical. My work aims to inform interventions aimed at improving long-term health and alleviating affective, cognitive and behavior risk factors.
In addition to behavior and stress research, I also provide health education, coping skills training, motivational interviewing, and other evidence-based substance use disorders counseling for individuals and groups. I specialize in smoking cessation among under-served and low-income populations, especially those with co-morbid mental health conditions. I also have a secondary interest in public health and substance use policy (e.g. overdose prevention), environmental health and social justice program and policy research (e.g. smoke-free housing, air quality, and asthma education).
I also love teaching and program design in environmental health, drugs alcohol & society, health disparities, culture and health, research design, epidemiology and statistics.