Erin Iwanusa, LCSW
Lead Trainer for Contingency Management for Youth Addiction

Erin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and she specializes in adolescent substance use, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and eating disorders. She is currently researching ways to effectively train counselors to implement evidence-based treatments in their daily practice. Erin has also had extensive training in Multisystemic Therapy, the national blueprint for juvenile delinquency. She has been working as a private practitioner in Brooklyn, NY. She received her Master of Social Work from Boston University.






Jaime Houston-Mulligan, Psy.D.
Clinical Director

Jaime has nearly 20 years of experience implementing and supervising evidence-based programs in the community and training professionals on the use of evidence-based treatments. Therapists under her supervision have won national awards for their exemplary implementation of evidence-based treatment. Programs under her direction have won national recognition including the 2007 SAMHSA Science to Service award, a national program to recognize community-based organizations and coalitions for their exemplary implementation of evidence-based services. In addition, her work was featured in a documentary commemorating the 25th anniversary of The Sentencing Project which premiered at The National Press Club. Jaime has devoted her career to helping community providers successfully implement effective treatments for adolescents and their families. She presently leads the Training Support System for Arena, providing expert clinical guidance and quality assurance monitoring for the providers of Contingency Management.