New Haven, CT
Katurah A. Bryant is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Nursing, and Southern Connecticut State University, with a graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and a Certified Clinical Supervisor. Katurah is the Associate Clinical Director at the Connecticut Mental Health Center-Substance Abuse Treatment Unit in New Haven, CT. Ms. Bryant is a Certified NADA Trainer. Katurah, under the guidance of Dr. Michael O. Smith, has developed a specialized NADA training for Physicians, and has conducted this training annually at the Yale University School of Medicine since 2009. Katurah is a founding partner of MPACT (Multicultural Perspectives in Assessment, Consultation and Training), specializing in Cultural Competence training in health care delivery; Culturally competent supervision; and staff development retreats since 1993. MPACT has conducted Cultural Competence and staff development training in Toronto, Canada, New York, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and New Jersey to name but a few.