Judith Scheman, PhD Cleveland Clinic

Dr. Scheman has been the director of behavioral medicine for the Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute since July 2016. She has been a member of the Cleveland Clinic staff since July, 1995. Prior to her present position she served as the director of psychology, research, and education; director of the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program in the Center for Neurological Restoration; and held a joint appointment in the Center for Spine Health. In addition, she is a clinical professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Learner College of Medicine of the Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Scheman is an AAPM member and the first non-MD to hold a position on the board. She is co-chair of the Pain Psychology Task Force and co-founder and co-chair of the Pain Psychology Shared Interest Group and serves on the Membership Committee. She received her BS in psychology from the University of Washington and her MA and PhD from Kent State University in clinical psychology and behavioral medicine.


Integrating Behavioral Pain Medicine into Patient Care: Science, Practice, and Innovations

Director, Behavioral Medicine
Cleveland, OH