Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health – Carrboro
Education and Training:
BA, Psychology and Philosophy, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
MS, Psychology, Illinois State University
PhD, Clinical Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
Dr. Moser is the Director of the Institute for Best Practices, a technical assistance center supporting psychosocial evidence-based practice implementation and dissemination. Dr. Moser provides training, consultation, and evaluation services in support of assertive community treatment (ACT) across the United States and abroad. She is the co-author of the Tool for Measurement of ACT (TMACT), a contemporary measure of ACT fidelity, and conducts research examining the facilitators and barriers to higher fidelity ACT implementation. She is currently leading the largest descriptive study of the status of ACT implementation across the U.S., funded by Arnold Ventures.