Behavioral Medicine is an inter-disciplinary field that focuses on the biological, psychological, and social factors of a person’s medical illness, overall health, and functioning. This specialty focuses on the mind-body relationship and the connection between psychological and medical issues including pain management, depression, anxiety, and stress.
By applying theories, techniques, and interventions that are consistent with this approach, a psychologist with a specialty in behavioral medicine can successfully work with patients who have co-morbid medical and psychological problems in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
If you have a consultation visit scheduled with our Behavioral Medicine department, please click HERE to access the “Informed Consent for Behavioral Medicine Services” Form and complete the form prior to your visit.
If you are interested in Behavioral Medicine services, please ask your medical provider for a referral or contact Associated Neurologists at (203) 748-2551.