Psychology Practicum Student
Carl Schroeder is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at California Lutheran University. He began working in psychology and substance use disorder treatment during his undergraduate career at the University of Alabama.
While in Tuscaloosa, Carl worked in the Prevention of Violence and Substance Abuse Research Lab understanding negative stigmatization and treatment barriers for those struggling with substance abuse. The ultimate goal of the lab is to develop and/or improve prevention and intervention programs for violence and/or substance abuse specifically on college campuses. Carl is continuing his research focus at the doctoral level.
He also has worked in several prominent dual diagnosis treatment centers throughout the Southern California region. He has extensive experience helping those struggling with substance use issues navigate the college admissions process and start or continue a career. He has also instructed several classes for others to earn credentialing in addiction counseling.