Judith A Turner, Ph.D.
Dr. Turner is a UW professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and rehabilitation medicine. Her clinical interests include chronic pain problems of all types.
She works with patients in a collaborative manner to help each individual learn new, more effective approaches and strategies for managing challenging health problems and reversing the negative impact of health problems on quality of life.
She provides psychological evaluations of patients with chronic pain problems, as well as cognitive-behavioral therapy to improve psychological distress, pain-related functional limitations, and the ability to self-manage chronic pain and associated problems.
Travel, reading and hiking.
Chronic pain problems, including (but not limited to) chronic back pain, temporomandibular disorder pain and work-related injuries.
Psychosocial aspects of chronic pain problems, chronic pain treatment effectiveness, prediction and prevention of chronic pain after acute injury, and web-based and telephone-based delivery of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Evaluation of psychosocial aspects of chronic pain, cognitive-behavioral approaches to chronic pain problems.
Chronic Pain, Pain Management, Psychiatry
|UCLA, School of Medicine
|Univ. of Washington