Health and Behavior Assessments and Interventions
Patients with chronic medical illnesses, as well as their loved ones, often face a variety of challenges and demands that arise as they try to manage and cope with the illness. Examples include taking medications regularly, trying to stop smoking or lose weight, dealing with pain and fatigue, and finding time to take care of one's illness as well as the rest of one's life.
Clinicians in the Division of Psychosocial Medicine understand these problems and have extensive experience working closely with patients to identify areas of difficulty and to help them find healthy and constructive responses to these challenges. We offer a complete set of state-of-the-art individual Health and Behavior Assessments and both individual and group Health and Behavior Interventions.
Our goal is to help you figure out how to take "good enough" care of your illness so you can get on with living the life you want to live.