Natalie Dattilo, Ph.D.
|Natalie C. Dattilo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry
|Personal Statement||As a clinical health psychologist, I work with individuals experiencing both psychiatric and medical issues. I use an individualized and evidence-based approach to treatment and specialize in mood, anxiety, and adjustment disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, cardiac psychology, stress psychology, women’s issues, and coping with chronic medical conditions. My research pursuits focus on the evaluation of cognitive-behavioral interventions for mood and anxiety disorders as well as growing the evidence base for acceptance and mindfulness-based therapies in practice. My teaching activities include clinical supervision and didactic training of medical students, psychiatry residents, and psychology interns.|
|Education||Undergraduate: University of Michigan
Graduate School: University of Florida
Internship: Indiana University School of Medicine
Fellowship: Indiana University School of Medicine
Health Service Provider in Psychology
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: I serve as the course director for resident training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy. I teach Introduction to Health Psychology for psychology interns. I provide clinical supervision in adult outpatient psychotherapy and cardiac psychology.
Clinical: I offer diagnostic assessments, evidence-based psychotherapy, stress management and biofeedback at the Adult Psychiatry Clinic and Study Center located at the IU Health Neuroscience Center.
Research: I am interested in understanding the mechanisms of action in mindfulness and acceptance-based therapies and who benefits the most from them.
|Recent Publications||Moran, M.E. & Dattilo, N.C. (2012) Psychiatric issues in patients with cancer. Psychopharm Review, 47, 17 – 24.
Dattilo, N.C., & Goddard, A.G. (2012). Anxiety disorders. In E.T. Bope & R.D. Kellerman (Eds.), Conn’s Current Therapy 2012 (pp. 937-939). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
Dattilo, N.C., Manos, R.C., Storch, E., & Goddard, A.G. (2011). D-Cycloserine plus CBT in anxiety disorders. Psychopharm Review, 46.