Faculty Profile: Rich Sherman

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Rich Sherman

School: Clinical Psychology

Dr. Sherman’s areas of interest spanning over thirty years of teaching, research, and clinical work in psychophysiology (Ph.D. from New York University) include elucidating mechanisms and treatments for phantom limb pain, determining the effectiveness of pulsed electromagnetic fields for treatment of migraine headaches, and describing temporal relationships between changes in muscle tension and pain. He has been Chief of Orthopedic Research at various US Army Medical Centers (Lieutenant Colonel US Army, Ret.) and President of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. He is currently Director of the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation as well as Director of the Psychophysiology Doctoral Concentration and the CE program at Saybrook University. He has written over 130 articles and books related to pain and behavioral medicine. His most recent book is “pain assessment and intervention from a psychophysiological perspective”. His major emphasis is providing distance based education programs for clinicians wishing to add behavioral medicine techniques to their practices.

Curriculum Vitae

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