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Paul D. Nagy, MS, LPC, Clinical Associate in Psychiatry, Duke University

Paul D. Nagy, M.S., LPC, LCAS, CCS
Clinical Associate in Psychiatry
Director of Substance Abuse Training and Consultation
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC

Mr. Nagy is a Clinical Associate at Duke University School of Medicine where he has served as Program Director of the Duke Addictions Program and Director of Substance Abuse Clinical Training and Consultation in the Duke Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. In his role at Duke he has been a Co-Primary Investigator of a number of federally funded research projects and was the Director of Dissemination for the North Carolina node of the National Institute of Drug Abuse's (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network.  

Mr. Nagy received his baccalaureate degree from Duke University and Masters of Science in Counseling from Florida State University.  
During his career, Mr. Nagy has served as a surveyor for the Commission on Accreditation (CARF) and as a consultant to a wide range of behavioral health organizations and agencies.  He has served on several boards and commissions, including the North Carolina Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Studies, the North Carolina Governor’s Institute on Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse and the Substance Abuse Task Force for the North Carolina Institute of Medicine. 

Mr. Nagy has also worked as an Expert Content Director overseeing the development of publications for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. He served as Chair and Co-Chair of several Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPS) and has authored and co-authored several book chapters for texts published by American Psychiatric Publishing. Recent awards have included The 2007 Apex Award for Publication Excellence in the category of Health, Fitness and Medical Writing and the 2008 Allied Health Division Triangle Business Journal “Health Care Hero Award.”

 

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