Dr. Bombardier is a UW professor of rehabilitation medicine and head of the division of clinical and neuropsychology. He is a clinical psychologist, board…
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Patient Care Philosophy
I believe in the notion that people are not defined by their disabilities. By combining the patient's expertise in his or her own life with my expertise in treating psychological difficulties and making lifestyle changes, the patient can make progress in areas most important to them.
Tennis, woodworking, traveling with my wife, Michele.
Motivational interviewing; using exercise to improve mental, physical and cognitive health; treating depression, pain and physical inactivity; addressing alcohol and other drug use in the context of having physical and/or cognitive disabilities.
He has conducted studies on treating major depression with exercise, counseling or medication; on promoting physical activity/exercise and other health-promoting behaviors in people with brain injury, spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis; and on reducing alcohol or other drug use in people with disabilities.
|Washington State University||Medical education||1987
|Duke University Medical Center||Internship||
|Duke University, Dept. of Psychology||Fellowship||
|American Board of Professional Psychology Inc.||Clinical Psychology||2009