James Srp CNS, CNP, LICDC
James Srp has been working in the field of addictions for the past 30 years, most recently as a nurse practitioner at Addiction Recovery Services of University Hospitals of Cleveland, a program he helped develop in 2004 after an 18 year tenure as a staff nurse, followed by service as a clinical nurse specialist for the Cleveland Clinic Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center. He holds a master's degree in psychology from Cleveland State University, a bachelor's degree in nursing from Ursuline College, and a master's degree in nursing from Case Western Reserve University. He has held adjunct clinical faculty positions at Kent State University and CWRU Schools of Nursing as well as the CWRU School of Medicine. In addition to having made numerous presentations on addictions and related topics, he has been a clinical preceptor for advanced practice RNs and supervised a clinical experience in addictions treatment for numerous undergraduate nursing students. In 2008, he received the Clinical Services Award from the International Nurses Society on Addiction. In addition to treating adult substance use disorders, he also works with patients who have coexisting mood and personality disorders, and is especially interested in treating clients with concurrent substance use and chronic medical issues.