James Hall, Ph.D.


Campus: Indianapolis

ES 4153
902 W. New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Office: 317- 278-4255

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Dr. James A Hall received a B.A. in social welfare from the University of Minnesota, an AM (MSW) from the University of Chicago and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  He joined the Indiana University faculty in 2011 as Professor of Pediatrics and Social Work.  Dr. Hall coordinates the social work program in the Section of Adolescent Medicine (Pediatrics) and provides social work counseling services through Adolescent Medicine clinics.  He teaches research and practice evaluation in the MSW program and works with students in the PhD program.  Dr. Hall’s research has focused on the development and evaluation of interventions for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse.  His current research includes an evaluation of strengths-based family therapy for adolescent substance abusers and implementation of screening and brief interventions for youth through primary care.