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Lectures on Behavioral Medicine

Behavioral Medicine for Mental Health Professionals

A Training Resource

By Jim Messina, Ph.D., CCMHC, NCC, DCMHS-T

Lectures on Behavioral Medicine on You Tube
To give you a good overview of Behavioral Medicine and the various strategies involved in this process take time and view the following numbered video lectures first. Once you have watched these in the order provided you will have a good grasp of the territory which Behavioral Medicine covers.


Set 1:
1a. Health and Vitality What Science Tells Us How to Thrive (59 Minutes)(January 2011)
By Ellen Hughes M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Medicine Emeritus, UCSF

1b. Healthy Family: The Integrative Medicine Approach to Supporting Healthy Children (1 hour & 27 min)(January 2011) By:
David Becker, MD, MPH is Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco.


Set 2:
2a. Sleep: The Forgotten Key to Health and Wellness (1 hour & 26 min)(June 2008)
By: Ellen Hughes M.D., Ph.D. Osher School of Integrative Medicine, School of Medicine at UCSF

2b. Brain Mind and Behavior: Emotions and Health-The Promise of Mind-Body Medicine (1 hour & 24 min)(January 2008) By:
Jason Satterfield, Ph.D., Director of Behavioral Medicine at UCSF


Set 3:
3a. Coping With Stress - The Truth About Psycho Neuro Immunology (1 hour & 28 min)(February 2008) By:
Margaret Kemeny, Ph.D., UCSF professor of psychiatry

3b. The New Science of Stress and Stress Resilience (1 hour & 28 min) (January 2011) Elisse Epel, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Residence, UCSF Department of Psychiatry 


Set 4:
4a. Coping With Stress - Staying Sane Through Difficult Times (57 minutes)( March 2008) By: Susan Folkmann Ph.D.,
Professor of Medicine and Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UCSF

4b. Coping With Stress - Biofeedback: Self-Mastery Beyond Pills (1 hour & 28 min) (October 2008) By:
Richard Harvey, Ph.D. Professor University of San Francisco


Set 5:
5a. The Gift of Story: The Art of Living Every Minute of Your Life (59 min)(March 2008) By:
Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D. Professor in School of Medicine at UCSF

5b. Spirituality and Health: What does Medical Literature Say? (59 minutes)(May 2007).
By: Michael Rabow, M.D. Associate Professor UCSF School of Medicine
5c. Mind Body Spirit Medicine (1 hour & 26 min)(November, 2007) By: Kevin Barrows M.D., Director of Integrative Medicine at UCSF


Set 6:
6a. Think faster focus better and remember more Rewiring our brain to stay younger... (1 hour and 29 minutes)(June 2008) By: Dr. Michael Merzenich, Ph.D. Professor of Neuroscience at UCSF.
6b. Mindsight: The new science of Personal Transformation (1 hour and 2 minutes)(April 22, 2009) By Daniel Siegel


Set 7:
7a. Sugar: The Bitter Truth- (1 hour and 21 minutes)(March 2011) By:
Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in Endocrinology
7b. Obesity: Ten Things You Thought You Knew (1 hour and 26 minutes)(July 2009) By: Dr. Robert Baron, UCSF Professor of Medicine



Set 8:

8a. Cancer-Related Fatigue: Causes Part 1 -- Sloan-Kettering (20 minutes)(April 2009) By: Psychiatrist William Breitbart of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
8b.Treating Cancer-Related Fatigue Part 2-- Sloan-Kettering (19 minutes)(April 2009)  By: Psychiatrist William Breitbart of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

8c. Managing Cancer Fatigue Syndrome Part 1-- Sloan-Kettering (7 minutes)(April 2010)  By: Tiffany Kendig and Annelise Savodnik, physical therapists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
8d. Benefits of Exercise for Cancer Survivors Part 2 -- Sloan-Kettering (19 minutes)(April 2010)  By: Tiffany Kendig and Annelise Savodnik, physical therapists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering