Part-Time Instructor

Contact

Email:
Lydia@uga.edu
112 Barrow Hall
Phone Number:
Education:
  • Ph.D., Sociology, University of Georgia 2010
  • M.A., Sociology, University of Georgia 2005
  • B.Sc. Psychology (Summa Cum Laude), Minor: Business Management, Illinois Institute of Technology 2003
  • DipABRSM, Music Performance (Piano) and Music Theory, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, England 1999
Selected Publications:
  • Aletraris, Lydia, Mary Bond Edmond, and Paul M. Roman. Forthcoming. "Insurance Receipt and Readiness for Opportunities under the Affordable Care Act: A National Survey of Treatment Providers for Substance Use Disorders." Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.
  • Aletraris, Lydia, Paul M. Roman, and Jana Pruett. Forthcoming. "Integration of Care in the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act:  Changes in Treatment Services in a National Sample of Centers Treating Substance Use Disorders." Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.
  • Edmond, Mary Bond, Lydia Aletraris, Paul M. Roman, Dail L. Fields, and Brian E. Bride. 2016. "The United States’ Federal Parity Act and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders: Administrators’ Familiarity and Perceptions of Impact." The International Journal of Drug Policy 34:80-87.
  • Paino, Maria, Lydia Aletraris, and Paul M. Roman. 2016. "The Relationship between Client Characteristics and Wraparound Services in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Centers." Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 77(1):160-169.
  • Aletraris Lydia, Mary Bond Edmond, Maria Paino, Dail Fields, and Paul M. Roman. 2016. "Counselor Training and Attitudes Toward Pharmacotherapies for Opioid Use Disorder." Substance Abuse 37(1):47-53.
  • Edmond, Mary Bond, Lydia Aletraris, and Paul M. Roman. 2015. " Rural Substance Use Treatment Centers in the United States: An Assessment of Treatment Quality By Location." The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 41(5):449-457. 
  • Edmond, Mary Bond, Lydia Aletraris, Maria Paino, and Paul M. Roman. 2015. "Treatment Strategy Profiles in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs: A Latent Class Analysis." Drug and Alcohol Dependence 153:109-115.  
  • Aletraris, Lydia, Jeff S. Shelton, and Paul M. Roman. 2015. "Counselor Attitudes Toward Contingency Management for Substance Use Disorder: Effectiveness, Acceptability, and Endorsement of Incentives for Treatment Attendance and Abstinence." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 57:41-48.
  • Aletraris, Lydia and Paul M. Roman. 2105. "Provision of Onsite HIV Services in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs: A Longitudinal Analysis." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 57:1-8/  
  • Paino, Maria, Lydia Aletraris, and Paul M. Roman. 2015. "Organizational Predictors and Use of Evidence-Based Practices in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment." Substance Abuse 36(4):462-469.
  • Aletraris, Lydia, Mary Bond Edmond, and Paul M. Roman. 2015. "Adoption of Injectable Naltrexone in U.S. Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs." Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76(1):143-151.  
  • Aletraris, Lydia, Maria Paino, Mary Bond Edmond, Paul M. Roman, and Brian E. Bride. 2014. "The Use of Art and Music Therapy in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs." Journal of Addictions Nursing, 25(4):190-196. 
  • Reynolds, Jeremy and Lydia Aletraris. 2010. “Mostly Mismatched With a Chance of Settling: Tracking Work Hour Mismatches in the United States.” Work & Occupations, 37(4):476-511.
  • Aletraris, Lydia. 2010. “How Satisfied Are They and Why?: A Study of Job Satisfaction, Job Rewards, Gender and Temporary Agency Workers in Australia.”  Human Relations, 63 (8): 1129–1155.
  • Reynolds, Jeremy and Lydia Aletraris. 2007. “Work-Family Conflict, Children, and Hour Mismatches in Australia.” Journal of Family Issues, 28(6) 749-772.
  • Reynolds, Jeremy and Lydia Aletraris. 2007. “For Love or Money?: How and Why Extrinsic Rewards, Intrinsic Rewards, and Work-Family Issues Influence Hour Mismatches.” Research in the Sociology of Work, 17 285-311.
  • Reynolds, Jeremy and Lydia Aletraris. 2006. "Pursuing Preferences: The Creation and Resolution of Work Hour Mismatches." American Sociological Review, 71(4): 618-638. Winner of the 2007 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award.