CJ Bathgate, PhD Make an Appointment Ask a Question Refer Patient CJ Bathgate, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Bathgate is in the Division of Medical, Behavioral and Community Health. Assistant Professor Division of Medical, Behavioral & Community Health Department of Medicine 5280 Top Doctors 2020 Previously a 5280 Top Doctor America’s Top Doctors 2015 — Castle Connolly, Medical, Ltd. Recognized in America’s Top Doctors — Castle Connolly, Inc. Best Doctors in America® 2019-2020 — Best Doctors, Inc. Recognized in Best Doctors in America® — Best Doctors, Inc. America’s Top Doctors 2020 — Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd. Email Profile Print Profile × No Rating Available In order to provide the most accurate and useful information on our providers, we only post satisfaction data when a provider has received a minimum of 30 survey responses. We have not yet received the minimum number of surveys for this provider, or this provider is a researcher who only sees a limited number of patients in clinic. To learn more about this survey, visit our about the Press Ganey Survey page. Close Overview Contact Info & Locations Programs & Services Center for Health Promotion Cystic Fibrosis Program (Adult) Department of Medicine Division of Medical, Behavioral & Community Health Specialties & Conditions Anxiety Coping Skills Depression Insomnia Psychological & Social Issues Sleep Disorders Social Support Research Areas Insomnia Stress Management Technology-based Interventions Sleep Special Interests My clinical and research expertise surrounds using telehealth and other technology-based interventions to improve health and behavior changes, especially among adults with cystic fibrosis. Areas of focus include improving management of stress, sleep, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal relationships. Education Education 2014 University of Colorado, Denver, CO, PhD, Clinical Health Psychology 2012 University of Colorado, Denver, CO, MA, Clinical Psychology 2006 Columbia University, New York, NY, MA & EdM, Counseling Psychology 2004 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, BA, Psychology Residency 2014 University of Arizona School of Medicine, Tucson, AZ, Clinical Internship Fellowship 2016 National Jewish Health, Denver, CO, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sleep Medicine Awards & Recognition 2014: University of Colorado Outstanding PhD Student Award 2013: University of Colorado Graduate Dean's Award Professional Memberships Sleep Research Society American Academy of Sleep Medicine American Psychological Association, Division 38 - Health Psychology Colorado Psychological Association Publications Richards, C., Bathgate, C., Nippins, M., Garton, J., Garlow, G., & Georgiopoulos, A. (2019). What Lifestyle Changes Can I Make To Address My Cystic Fibrosis? In Y. Sher, A. M. Georgiopoulos, & T. A. Stern (Eds.), Facing Cystic Fibrosis: A Guide for Patients and Their Families. Cambridge. MA: MGH Psychiatry Academy. Bathgate, C. & Edinger, J. (2019). Diagnostic Criteria and Assessment of Sleep Disorders. In J. Savard and M. Ouellet (Eds.), Handbook of Sleep Disorders in Medical Conditions (pp. 3-26). Cambridge, MA: Academic Press. Khassawneh, B., Bathgate, C., Tsai, Sheila, & Edinger, J. (2018). Neurocognitive Performance in Insomnia Disorder: The Impact of Hyperarousal and Short Sleep Duration. Journal of Sleep Research, 27(6), e12747. doi:10.1111/jsr.12747 Bathgate, C. & Fernandez-Mendoza, J. (2018). Insomnia, Short Sleep Duration, and High Blood Pressure: Recent Evidence and Future Directions for the Prevention and Management of Hypertension, Current Hypertension Reports, 20(6). doi: 10.1007/s11906-018-0850-6. Bathgate, C., Edinger, J., & Krystal, A. (2017). Insomnia Patients with Objective Short Sleep Duration have a Blunted Response to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Sleep, 40(1). doi: 10.1093/sleep/zsw012. PubMed PMID: 28364452. Bathgate, C., Edinger, J., Wyatt, J., & Krystal, A. (2016). Objective but not subjective short sleep duration associated with increased risk for hypertension in individuals with insomnia. Sleep, 39(5):1037-45. doi: 10.5665/sleep.5748. Breitborde, N., Woolverton, C., Spencer, D., Bismark, A., Bell, E., Bathgate, C., Norman, K. (2015). Metacognitive skills training enhances computerized cognitive remediation outcomes among individuals with first-episode psychosis. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. doi:10.1111/eip.12289. [ePub ahead of print] Kalinka, C., Fincham, F., & Hirsch, A. (2012). A randomized clinical trial of online-biblio relationship education for expectant couples. Journal of Family Psychology, 26(1), 159-164.doi: 10.1037/a0026398. Kaplan, P., Danko, C., Kalinka, C., & Cejka. A. (2012). A developmental decline in the learning-promoting effects of infant-directed speech for infants of mothers with chronically elevated symptoms of depression. Infant Behavior and Development, 35(3), 369-379, doi: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2012.02.009. Kaplan, P., Danko, C., Diaz, A., & Kalinka, C. (2011). An associative learning deficit in one-year-old infants of depressed mothers: Role of depression duration. Infant Behavior and Development, 34(1), 35-44. doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2010.07.014. Kiefer, A., Sanchez, D., Ybarra, O. & Kalinka, C. (2006). How women's non-conscious associations of sex with submission relates to their subjective sexual arousability and ability to reach orgasm. Sex Roles, 55, 83-94.doi: 10.1007/s11199-006-9060-9. Website Information Director of WE-CARE support program Ask a Question through Patient Portal Sign in to your My National Jewish Health patient portal account to communicate with your care team, manage appointments, and more. 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