Natalie Maples, M.A., DrPh(c)
Faculty Specialist, Department of Psychiatry
Division of Community Recovery, Research and Training
The University of Texas Health San Antonio
Presentation: Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT)
Natalie Maples, MA DrPh(c) is a faculty specialist in the Department of Psychiatry, Division of Community Recovery, Research and Training at UT Health San Antonio. She received her master’s degree in clinical psychology and is currently completing her doctoral degree in public health. Ms. Maples is principal investigator on multiple projects that focus on implementing more than 15 evidence-based practices. She has implemented cognitive adaptation training for people leaving an institutional setting and trained thousands of clinicians around the world. She also adapts psychosocial treatments developed within our division to special populations (i.e. medically fragile, elderly, individuals frequently hospitalized for mental illness) and has supervised therapists for nearly two decades.
Ms. Maples is recognized as an expert in structured interviewing and rating for clinical research, and has produced many training tapes in this area. Ms. Maples is author and co-author on numerous publications, abstracts and presentations.
Disclosure: Natalie Maples has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.