The role of the Clinical Psychologist has broadened over the number of decades. While training program directors report preferences of mental health and private practice work for their alumni, the constant popularity of Behavioral Medicine settings continues to grow. It is estimated that Clinical Psychologists choose some twenty five subspecialties within the area of Behavioral Medicine. The range from cardiovascular to renal care medicine as subspecialties point to both the scope and depth to the area of practice Within the Behavioral Medicine focus, Clinical Psychologists have practiced in the subspecialty of Pulmonary Medicine. The increased prevalence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease (it is second to cardiovascular stroke and hypertension as a source of mortality in the United States) and Asthma (the most commonly diagnosed illness by Pediatricians). Worldwide estimates of pulmonary diseases such as the rotovirus, challenge Pulmonologist care and behavioral interventions from Psychologists are welcomed.