Jared Yurow, Psy.D
Clinical Psychologist Supervisor
Hawaii Dept. of Health Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division
Dr. Jared Yurow received his Psy.D.with a specialization in marriage and family therapy from United States International (now Alliant) University; his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology—San Diego; and his M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. A licensed psychologist and Ho'oponopono student, he studied under James Framo, Ph.D., a pioneer in Intergenerational Marriage and Family Therapy and Aunty Malia Craver of the Queen Lili'uokalani Trust, respectively. He has worked for the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) for almost twenty-eight years. Since 2002 he has worked for the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), where he serves as Chief Clinical Officer and Clinical Psychologist Supervisor. He holds professional memberships with the American Psychological Association, Hawaii Psychological Association and American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He is an initiate of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology and a registrant of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Since joining ADAD, he has been a member of the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD), which represents all of the state and territorial alcohol and drug abuse service agencies. He is a Founding Member of the NASADAD National Treatment Network (NTN) (2005) and has served as Hawaii NTN since that time. He has also served as SAMHSA Division of Pharmacologic Therapies (DPT) State Opioid Treatment Authority (SOTA) for Hawaii since joining ADAD in 2002; and he has served since that time as NASADAD Hawaii Opioid Treatment Network (OTN) Representative. He has served as (US DHHS) Region IX Representative to the NTN Executive Committee and as (US DHHS) Region IX Representative to the OTN Executive Committee for many years. He is the recipient of three NASADAD awards: The Opioid Treatment Network State Representative of the Year Award (2015) and the National Treatment Network State Representative of the Year Award (2018 and 2021). He currently serves as NTN President/Treatment Vice-President on the NASADAD Board of Directors; he previously served as NTN Vice-President. He has presented locally, nationally and internationally on culture and its application to addiction recovery and its service system, including at the 2019 NASADAD Annual Meeting and Lu'au reception.