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Dr. Biggs

Melanie M. Biggs, Ph.D. - Licensed Psychologist - Clinical Health Psychology

Anxiety Disorders, Stress & Chronic Medical Conditions in Adults

E-mail: dr.biggs@livemoresimply.com   Phone: (888) 923-2256 ext. 3

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Dr. Melanie M. Biggs is a licensed psychologist who obtained her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UT Southwestern) an APA-accredited program. She also completed her APA-accredited internship at UT Southwestern.  Dr. Biggs received extensive training in cognitive therapy/cognitive behavior therapy from the Beck Institute Extramural Training Program.  (Read More) 

Psychologists who strive to understand how biological, behavioral, and social factors influence health and illness are called health psychologists. Health psychologists use their knowledge of psychology and health to promote general well-being and understand physical illness.They are specially trained to help people deal with the psychological and emotional aspects of health and illness. Health psychologists work with many different health care professionals (e.g., physicians, dentists, nurses, physician's assistants, dietitians, social workers, pharmacists, physical and occupational therapists, and chaplains) to conduct research and provide clinical assessments and treatment services. Many health psychologists focus on prevention research and interventions designed to promote healthier lifestyles and try to find ways to encourage people to improve their health.  (Read More)




Behavioral medicine is concerned with the integration of knowledge in the biological, behavioral, psychological, and social sciences relevant to health and illness. These sciences include epidemiology, anthropology, sociology, psychology, physiology, pharmacology, nutrition, neuroanatomy, endocrinology, and immunology. The term is often used interchangeably, but incorrectly, with health psychology.[citation needed]. The practice of behavioral medicine encompasses health psychology, but also includes applied psychophysiological therapies such as biofeedback, hypnosis, and bio-behavioral therapy of physical disorders, aspects of occupational therapy, rehabilitation medicine, and physiatry, as well as preventive medicine. In contrast, health psychology represents a stronger emphasis specifically on psychology's role in both behavioral medicine and behavioral health.  (Read More)

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