Patricia Quinn-Stabile , LCSW-C, Clinical Instructor
UM School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Patricia Quinn-Stabile earned a Bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology from Towson University, and a Master's degree in Social Work from University of Maryland School of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C), and is a Board Approved Social Work Supervisor. She is approved by the Board of Professional Counselors as a Supervisor and as an Alcohol and Drug Approved Supervisor. She has also been credentialed as a Registered Peer Recovery Specialist Supervisor. She has worked in a variety of positions, including providing direct services, clinical supervision, and non-profit administration. Prior to joining the SSW, she served for several decades as the program director for a substance use disorder (SUD) program that operated two clinics in Baltimore City– one clinic for adults and one clinic for adolescents. The adolescent clinic provided both school-based services as well as office-based services. The adult clinic was a SUD clinic which also had a specialty in providing services to alleged perpetrators of intimate partner violence who had SUD problems. The program was certified by the Governor’s Commission on Crime Control and Prevention-Family Violence Council as an Abuser Intervention Program as related to domestic violence. The SUD clinics were state licensed for early intervention, DUI-DWI education, outpatient, and intensive outpatient services. The clinics obtained their initial national accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) under her leadership. She received multiple grants from many different sources. The adult clinic was competitively selected as one of the first participants in NIDA’s Clinical Trials Network which aimed to develop and promote sustainable evidence-based practices in community-based programs. She has previously been an adjunct faculty member at Towson University where she taught adolescent psychology and human development courses. She has held leadership positions in the Baltimore City Substance Abuse Directorate and the Maryland Addiction Directors Council. She served on the Board of Directors of the local addiction’s authority, now known as Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore, during the time it merged the addictions/mental health oversight agencies into one organization. Additional experience in other settings includes serving as a clinical supervisor for hospital based social workers and as a volunteer parent representative on the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Patient and Family Centered Care Advisory Council. Ms. Quinn-Stabile is a clinical instructor in the Substance Use Disorder Intervention Fellowship and will also be co-teaching a class in Tele-Behavioral Health: Delivery of Clinical Social Work Services.
MSW University of Maryland at Baltimore
BS Towson University
Substance Use Disorders in adults and adolescents, non- profit program administration, workforce development, field education, clinical supervision, ethics, legislative processes and policy, parenting medically fragile children, transition of medically fragile children to adult health care systems, tele-behavioral health.
Campbell, A. N., Nunes, E. V., Matthews, A. G., Stitzer, M., Miele, G. M., Polsky, D., Turrigiano, E., Walters, S., McClure, E. A., Kyle, T. L., Wahle, A., Van Veldhuisen, P., Goldman, B., Babcock, D., Stabile, P. Q., Winhusen, T., & Ghitza, U. E. (2014). Internet-delivered treatment for substance abuse: a multisite randomized controlled trial. The American journal of psychiatry, 171(6), 683–690. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2014.13081055
Campbell, A. N., Nunes, E. V., McClure, E. A., Hu, M. C., Turrigiano, E., Goldman, B., & Stabile, P. Q. (2013). Characteristics of an outpatient treatment sample by primary substance of abuse. Journal of addiction medicine, 7(5), 363–371. https://doi.org/10.1097/ADM.0b013e31829e3971
Vandrey, R., Stitzer, M. L., Acquavita, S. P., & Quinn-Stabile, P. (2011). Pay-for-performance in a community substance abuse clinic. Journal of substance abuse treatment, 41(2), 193–200. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsat.2011.03.001
Petry, N. M., Peirce, J. M., Stitzer, M. L., Blaine, J., Roll, J. M., Cohen, A., Obert, J., Killeen, T., Saladin, M. E., Cowell, M., Kirby, K. C., Sterling, R., Royer-Malvestuto, C., Hamilton, J., Booth, R. E., Macdonald, M., Liebert, M., Rader, L., Burns, R., DiMaria, J., Copersino, M., Quinn-Stabile, P., Kolodner, K., Li, R. (2005). Effect of prize-based incentives on outcomes in stimulant abusers in outpatient psychosocial treatment programs: a national drug abuse treatment clinical trials network study. Archives of general psychiatry, 62(10), 1148–1156. https://doi.org/10.1001/archpsyc.62.10.1148
National Association of Social Workers
Baltimore City Substance Abuse Directorate (Previous Chairperson)
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Patient and Family Centered Care Advisory Counci