Stacy Ogbeide

Stacy Ogbeide
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio | UT HSC · Department of Family & Community Medicine

PsyD, ABPP CSOWM

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Introduction
I am a Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant, Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Clinical Health Psychologist, and Certified Specialist in Obesity and Weight Management (CSOWM) working in primary care. My professional areas of interest include: The Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) consultation model, behavioral medicine/health psychology, faculty development and mentorship, and primary care workforce development.
Additional affiliations
November 2017 - present
University of Texas at San Antonio
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Curriculum Development and Teaching for the Integrated Behavioral Health Certificate Program (Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling)
November 2016 - present
Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2015 - present
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Behavioral Science Faculty within the Family Medicine Residency Implementing the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model within the residency clinic.
Education
August 2017 - May 2020
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Field of study
  • Clinical Psychopharmacology
July 2008 - August 2013
Forest Institute
Field of study
  • Clinical Psychology (Primary Care Psychology, Pain Management)

Publications

Publications (30)
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Community-based primary care settings play an important role in the provision of health care to vulnerable populations, as well as in primary care education. Much attention has been given to medical education in community-based primary care and as the need for workforce development grows for behavioral health in primary care, clinical supervision o...
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Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating condition that impacts anywhere from 2 to 39% of primary care patients. Research suggests overall health, instances of hospitalizations, emergency room visits, and utilization of primary care services are impacted by a diagnosis of PTSD. Evidenced based treatments such as cognitive process ther...
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects 15% of the United States (US) population (or 1 in 7 adults), yet many psychologists have limited training in the psychological treatment of CKD as well as how CKD impacts other behavioral health issues. Having a foundational understanding of the pathophysiology of CKD can facilitate psychological treatment optio...
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Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating condition that impacts anywhere from 2 to 39% of primary care patients. Research suggests overall health, instances of hospitalizations, emergency room visits, and utilization of primary care services are impacted by a diagnosis of PTSD. Evidenced based treatments such as cognitive process ther...
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The coordination of primary and behavioral health care that holistically targets clients' physical and mental needs is known as integrated care. Primary care is increasingly becoming a de facto mental health system because of behavioral health care shortages and patient preferences. Primary care behavioral health (PCBH) is a gold standard model use...
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Integrated primary care settings are ideal locations for treatment of posttraumatic stress concerns as primary care is the principal access point for mental health treatment in the United States. The COVID-19 global pandemic will increase the necessity of posttraumatic stress-related psychological care for vulnerable populations and frontline provi...
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Mentorship and advising is one of the most important areas for new BHPs to grow in their training and experience in medicine. Established providers often credit their mentors and supervisors for helping to pave their path in a clinical, research, teaching, or administrative role in healthcare. These providers can also offer valuable advice for futu...
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Background and objectives: Current physician burnout levels are at historically high levels, especially in family medicine, with many factors playing a role. The goal of this study was to understand demographic, psychological, environmental, behavioral, and workplace characteristics that impact physician wellness and burnout, focusing on family me...
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We, the undersigned, stand as a unified community of stakeholders and key opinion leaders deeply concerned about forced opioid tapering in patients receiving longterm prescription opioid therapy for chronic pain. This is a large-scale humanitarian issue. Our specific concerns involve: • rapid, forced opioid tapering among outpatients; • mandated op...
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Introduction: Much of behavioral health care takes place within primary care settings rather than in specialty mental health settings. Access to specialty mental health care can be difficult due to limited access to mental health providers and wait times to receive mental health care. The purpose of this study is to determine patient satisfaction...
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Psychosocial stress has been considered a contributing factor to the development and maintenance of hypertension. “A Mindful Heart” is a group-based intervention developed for stress management in patients who are hypertensive or prehypertensive. This program was designed to address a gap in the field of behavioral health; specifically, the need fo...
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The interprofessional nature of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model invites potential conflicts between different ethical guidelines and principles developed by separate professional disciplines. When the foundational model of care and training on which ethical principles were developed shifts, the assumptions underlying the guidance al...
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Never in human history has there been as many medications and technologies available to help people manage their diabetes, yet the sequelae of poorly managed diabetes continue to wreak havoc on patients and health-care systems alike. While estimates of the prevalence rates of diabetes mellitus (DM) in the United States range from 6 to 13% (Centers...
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Reviews the book, Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: Step-By-Step Guidance for Assessment and Intervention (Second Edition) by Anne C. Dobmeyer, Mark S. Oordt, Jeffrey L. Goodie, and Christopher L. Hunter (see record 2016-59132-000 ). This comprehensive book is well organized and covers many of the complex issues faced within the Primary...
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Background Rural clients and providers function with many barriers in place not necessarily barriers in urban settings. Common barriers to accessing healthcare services in rural communities include financial means to pay for services, distance to provider (transportation, the need to take time off of work), ability to communicate needs to healthcar...
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Health care providers practicing in rural settings face unique challenges, including a lack of behavioral health providers and training specific to the provision of rural mental health care for older adults. Even with the formation of the National Rural Health Advisory Committee in 1987, rural older adults still encounter barriers to adequate behav...
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Aim Pain is a common and a complex experience among patients with cancer. The purpose of this review is to provide a rational for a psychologist’s role in cancer pain management and a guide for doing so based on an examination of the current cancer pain literature. Method A literature review was conducted using the search terms: “cancer pain” AND...
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Link: http://pch.psychopen.eu/article/view/107/html Aim: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between subjective social status (SSS) and objective socioeconomic status (SES) on sleep status (sleep duration and daytime sleepiness). Method: The study sample included 73 primary care patients from a free medical clinic in which...
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http://www.gcmjournal.org/2014/05/28/social-isolation-and-incontinence-the-positive-impact-of-problem-solving-therapy/
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Verbal communication provides explicit cues about groups and individuals (Lambert, Hodgson, Gardner, & Fillenbaum, 1960). Accented speech reflects individuals’ characteristics such as race, biological sex, social class, and education and functions to categorize individuals according to group membership from which stereotyped evaluations may arise (...
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The purpose of this study was to examine knowledge of late life depression, knowledge of the general aging process, and attitudes towards aging among non-physician clinicians in primary care. Seventy-five physician assistants (n = 36) and nurse practitioners (n = 39) who currently work in a primary care setting participated in the study and complet...
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Obesity is a serious public health problem that af-fects millions of Americans yearly and has been linked to health issues such as cardiovascular disease, diabe-tes, hypertension, and some types of cancer (Allison, Fontaine, Manson, Stevens, & VanItallie, 1999; Berke & Morden, 2000; " Health Consequences, " 2008). Al-lison et al. (1999) examined th...

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