Chief Science Officer
Dr. Nick Hayes, PhD, currently works for Cumberland Heights Foundation in capacity as Chief Science Officer.
In this position, Nick is tasked with the overall management of all research and technology related initiatives system-wide. His research is primarily focused on measurement-based practice systems, digital phenotyping (e.g. digital exhaust) and intensive longitudinal monitoring. Nick and his teams work to develop technology accelerants that leverage existing infrastructure to inform treatment protocols.
Dr. Hayes obtained his Ph.D. in Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy (i.e. Systems Theory) from Texas Tech University. Additionally, he holds a faculty position at Lipscomb University as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology.
Grand Rounds Presentation: Feedback Informed Treatment
Join us for a discuss on identifying the costs and benefits associated with applying measurement procedures in the treatment of psychological disorders and their effects on the selection and design of measurement protocols associated with evidence-based practices in treatment contexts and psychology.
WHO: Nick Hayes PhD, LMFTA, LCDC
WHAT: Grand Rounds Presentation: Feedback Informed Treatment
WHEN: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 1:00PM – 4:00PM
WHERE: Frist Family Life Center Auditorium (on the campus of Cumberland Heights)
COST: $15 – Open to the public, FREE for CH Employees!
CONTACT HOURS: 3
- Participants will be able to demonstrate an overall understanding of the historical context that supports current measurement practices in treatment contexts.
- Participants will be able to identify the costs and benefits associated with applying measurement procedures in the treatment of psychological disorders.
- Participants will be able to select and design their own measurement protocols associated with evidence-based practices in psychology.
About the Presenter:
Nick Hayes holds dual licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate (LMFTA-TX) as well as a Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC-TX). He has advanced training in quantitative methods, neuro-analysis and systems theory. Hayes received his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Sciences at Texas Tech University, where he served as a student member in university’s Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities for the past eight years. He has also worked with the Cumberland Heights Foundation for the past year while finishing his PhD degree.