Kate Appleman is the Senior Clinical Director of Men’s Treatment Services at Caron Treatment Centers. Since 2005, Kate has been a clinician at Caron working with the adult, professional, and relapse populations.
Since 2013, Kate has been active in program development, supporting the development of evidence-based clinical programming for executives, healthcare professionals, attorneys, and opioid addiction.
Kate’s areas of expertise include a focus on men’s addiction treatment and recovery, as well as relapse treatment and prevention, motivational interviewing, and working with family systems impacted by addiction. Her oversight of Men’s Treatment Services and counselor assistants on the Pennsylvania campus allows for a strong focus and emphasis on staff growth and professional development.
Kate’s tenure at Caron has allowed her to receive training in addiction interaction disorder (AID) and professional development. She is a certified clinical supervisor and a certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor and holds CSAT and CMAT certifications. She received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Alvernia University in 2006 and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology degree from Rosemont College in 2010.