Tameka Chatman MA, LCADC, SAP
Training & Consultation Specialist
Rutgers University Behavioral Health
Tameka Chatman, MA, LCADC, SAP provides training and consultation on evidence-based and promising practices at the Rutgers UBHC Behavioral Research & Training Institute. Mrs. Chatman has worked with several teams across behavioral health and criminal justice settings and on a variety of topics including substance abuse, the intersections of behavioral health and criminal justice, group work, co-occurring disorders, trauma-informed care, and stress management. She chairs the Next 2nd Chance Consumer Advisory Councils and the Next 2nd Chance Professional Alliance - innovative initiatives focused on people reentering society after jail or prison, and also presents at Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trainings. Ms. Chatman has worked as a clinician, administrator, an adjunct professor of psychology, research assistant, and as a qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) conducting evaluations for the Federal Department of Transportation. She received a Bachelor’s degree in psychology & criminal Justice from Temple University and a Master’s degree in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.