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SMP Associates

2222 Derby Street
Berkeley, CA  94705
510-486-1911 Fax

Stephen M. Pittel, PhD, Forensic Consultant & Expert Witness

Experience More than 30 years experience in the field of substance abuse research and treatment. Qualified as an expert on the effects of drugs and alcohol in Superior Courts throughout California and in Federal District and Military courts. Experienced in all aspects of criminal and civil matters including jury selection. Specialist in death penalty cases with experience in more than 125 cases, including State and Federal appeals.

Consultant to the National Institute on Drug Abuse State Department Bureau of International Narcotic Matters; White House Office of Drug Abuse Policy; National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse; United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control; California Youth Authority; New York City Addiction Services Agency; more than 200 other state, county and local agencies and programs.

Professor of Psychology, The Wright Institute since 1970. Director of Research, Center Point Programs since 1991. Director, Haight Ashbury Research Project, 1968-1971; Director, Berkeley Center for Drug Studies, 1972-1985; Executive Director, Marin Addiction Counseling and Treatment, 1983-1985. Other faculty appointments at University of Wisconsin, 1964-1967; San Francisco State University, 1963-1972; University of California, Berkeley, 1968-1973.

Publications Author of more than 100 articles, monographs and reports on drug and alcohol abuse and treatment. Developed the Drug Abuse Treatment Referral System used in private and public treatment delivery systems in more than 30 states. Member of editorial review boards, American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Consciousness & Cognition: An International Journal and Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. Invited speaker to more than 100 scientific, professional and business groups throughout the United States and internationally.
Education B.A. Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, 1960
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, CA, 1964

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