Sara Davin, PsyDCleveland Clinic

Sara Davin, Psy.D., MPH is a clinical staff psychologist in the Center for Neurological Restoration at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Davin is also the director of behavioral medicine for the Neurological Institute's population health management program for low back pain. Dr. Davin's academic background includes close to a decade of specialty training in the area of chronic pain, including a post-doctoral psychology fellowship within the Cleveland Clinic's Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program, an interdisciplinary program which treats individuals with severe, intractable non-cancer pain. Her clinical acumen includes developing a fibromyalgia clinic within the Cleveland Clinic, former training director for pre and post-doctoral psychology students and developing the behavioral medicine intervention for the Cleveland Clinic's newest population health management program for individuals with low back pain. Dr. Davin also gained a strong academic foundation in graduate level public health training from the University of Michigan, with a focus on health behavior and program development. Her passion lies in the interface between my public health background and pain psychology, specifically developing population level interventions aimed at preventing the chronification of pain. Dr. Davin's research interests include chronic pain rehabilitation and training/education of mental health professionals in the area of pain.