I am interested in mood and anxiety disorders, and the intersection of these with chronic medical illnesses. My approach to treatment is integrative. Working within a cognitive-behavioral framework, I use many traditional CBT methods, but also include hypnosis, mindfulness training, and concepts from third-generation cognitive and behavioral methods.
I teach psychiatry and psychology residents, and medical students. These learners are highly motivated people who have made enormous personal sacrifices to reach this level of training. As such, I treat them with the utmost dignity and respect, and I regard it as the highest honor to teach them. I do not view my role as that of “expert;” rather, I am an experienced guide on a journey in which I point out that which is familiar to me, while gathering and sharing new experiences and insights along the way. Their questions and observations enrich my journey.
Acad Psychiatry 45(2): 200-202
Pellegrino LD, Chang SK, Alexander C, McCann BS
Stroke 50(7): 1895-1897
Khot S, Barnett H, Davis A, Siv J, Crane D, Kunze A, Li Lue D, Bunnell A, McCann B, Bombardier C, Longstreth WT Jr, Watson N, Billings M
Accid Anal Prev 121(): 166-176
Mansfield TJ, Peck D, Morgan D, McCann B, Teicher P
J Subst Abuse Treat 79(): 29-33
Turner BJ, McCann BS, Dunn CW, Darnell DA, Beam CR, Kleiber B, Nelson KM, Fukunaga R
Home Health Care Manag Pract 28(4): 262-278
Landers S, Madigan E, Leff B, Rosati RJ, McCann BA, Hornbake R, MacMillan R, Jones K, Bowles K, Dowding D, Lee T, Moorhead T, Rodriguez S, Breese E
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