Iím a highly goal-focused clinician who works best with patients who are invested in their treatment to improve their health and well-being, and are willing to learn.

 

The most gratifying aspects of my work are helping my patients make good use of our work together to gain insight, sleep better, feel healthier, and make changes to enable greater autonomy and live a more satisfying and engaged life.†

 

My work is guided by mind-body health psychology conceptual framework, cognitive- behavioral theories, emotional regulation and mindfulness based approaches.

Sleep Disorders Specialist ∑ Clinical Psychologist

Tracy F Kuo, PhD

About Dr. Kuo

t: 650.330.0208

f: 650.326.4965

email: drtracykuo@yahoo.com

 

2501 Park Blvd Suite 100

Palo Alto, CA 94306

 

Board Certification & Licensure

 Diplomate American Board of Sleep Medicine

 Certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine specialist American Academy of Sleep Medicine

 Psychology License California State

Educational Background

 Post-doctoral Fellowship: training in both research and clinical work in Sleep Disorders Medicine and Clinical Psychology Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA

 Doctoral Education: PhD in Clinical Psychology (Minor: neuropsychology) The University of Arizona, Department of Psychology, Tucson, AZ

 Pre-doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology University of Arizona College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Tucson, AZ

 Undergraduate Education: B.A. Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA

Biography

I'm a clinician researcher of sleep medicine and clinical psychology.† Iíve always been interested in psychology and curious about how the body and the mind work together.† I became intrigued by sleep in 1989 when I was an undergraduate student at the University of California, San Diego. I came to appreciate sleep is a barometer of health and well-being as sleep is the first to go when the body, the mind or the spirit is challenged by stress, illness, or inadequate care.† I headed for† graduate school to continue learning about sleep for it is a window to the mind-body interaction, and to develop skills for becoming a sleep clinician and researcher.

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