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Dr. Wachholtz graduated Cum Laude with a Master of Divinity degree from Boston University where she specialized in Bioethics. She the continued her education to earn a Masters and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University where she had a dual specialization in Behavioral Medicine and Psychology of Religion. She completed internship through fellowship at Duke University Medical Center where she focused on medical psychology. She is also currently completing a Post-Doctoral Master’s degree in psychopharmacology.
1) bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of chronic pain disorders and 2) the complexities of treating of co-morbid pain and opioid addiction in both acute pain and chronic pain situations. She recently received a NIDA K23 grant to study co-morbid opioid addiction and chronic pain. She also has a number of smaller grants to treat multi-dimensional pain management in advanced cancer patients and to reduce burnout among health care workers.
Amy Wachholtz, Christopher Malone and Amrita Bhowmick
Research Article: J Pain Manag Med 2015, 1: 103