Dr. Katherine Tomasino, PhD, co-director of the Behavioral Medicine for Digestive Health Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago discusses the importance of identifying the causes of problems with gut health, treatment options, and tips to help treat the condition. For more information visit www.nm.org/radio
Psychologist Kate Tomasino, PhD, is the co-director of the Behavioral Medicine for Digestive Health Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. She is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in behavioral medicine and psychogastroenterology. She combines treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy and medical hypnosis to help patients cope with medical illnesses and diagnoses like inflammatory bowel disease, disorders of gut-brain interaction, and other chronic digestive health issues.