CONTACT INFORMATIONDepartment of Psychiatry
University of Illinois at Chicago
912 S. Wood Street (MC 913),
Chicago, IL 60612
Stout, R.A., Beckman, N.J., Labott, S.M., Shelby, S.R. (2013). Psychological issues in head and neck cancer. In Radosevich, J.A. (Ed.), Head & Neck Cancer: Current Perspectives, Advances, and Challenges. Springer Science.
Gilliam, W.P., Burns, J.W., Gagnon, C., Stanos, S., Matsuura, J., Beckman, N. (2013). Strategic Self-Presentation May Enhance Effects of Interdisciplinary Chronic Pain Treatment. Health Psychology, 32, 156-163.
Zakowski, S.G., Herzer, M., Dittoe Barrett, S., Gerfen Milligan, J., Beckman, N. (2011). Who benefits from emotional expression? An examination of personality differences in gynaecological cancer patients participating in a randomized controlled emotional disclosure intervention trial. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 355-372.
Nancy Beckman, PhD
Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology
Dr. Beckman earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, completed a clinical psychology internship at University of Chicago, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology at UIC. Dr. Beckman works with the Bariatric Surgery program at UIC and provides psychological evaluations and therapy for weight loss surgery candidates. She also provides outpatient psychological services to individuals dealing with a variety of significant medical conditions
Health Psychology, Weight Loss, Chronic Pain
APA Division 38 Health Psychology