Casandra McLeod

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A large proportion of patients present to primary care with chronic, stress-related symptoms having no organic cause. Biomedical treatment of these patients is usually ineffective and expensive. A 6-week behavioral medicine intervention designed to provide adjunctive treatment to primary care was evaluated in a randomized, controlled study. Thirty-eight(More)
The objective of this evaluation is to examine the clinical utility of a behavioral medicine intervention for treatment of prevalent, ill-defined physical symptoms in primary care. Commonly known as somatization, these symptoms have no known organic or psychiatric cause, and are poorly treated by biomedicine alone. Designed to treat these mood-related(More)
Dr. Steve Yager, Co-Chairperson Steve Baker Melanie Park Derek Redelman Dr. Jim Snapp Robert Lugo • Casandra McLeod Claire Fiddian-Green Dr. Shane Robbins Sheila Seedhouse ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM REVIEW PANEL Jessica Dunn Feeser Scott Bess Legislative Services Agency Keilh Gambill Cheryl Ramsey 200 West Washington Street, Suite 301 Dr. E. Ric Frataccia(More)
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