Jeff Bryson is an adjunct faculty member in the School of Psychology at Fielding Graduate University.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (11)
(2013) Conferred by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Certificate Identification Number: 53991.
Outstanding Graduate Student in Pediatric Psychology (Nominee) (professional)
(2012) Awarded by the Society of Pediatric Psychology
Service Medal (professional)
(1992) Awarded by The Retired Officers Association
Fielding Graduate University: PhD, Clinical Psychology 2012
Duke University Medical Center: Clinical Psychological Internship, Medical Psychology & Sleep Disorders 2009
Fielding Graduate University: MA, Clinical Psychology 2006
Jacksonville State University: MS, Clinical Psychology 1999
Covenant College: BA, Psychology 1997
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine : Member
- Sleep Research Society : Member
- Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine : Member
- American Psychological Association : Member
- International Association for the Study of Dreams : Member
- Alabama Psychological Association : Member
- North Alabama Association of Licensed Psychologists : Member
- Alabama Psychological Services Center, LLC : Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Clinical Health Psychologist
Event Appearances (3)
A preliminary analysis of nightmares and disturbing dreams among patients with chronic pain
35th annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies; Boston, MA.
Weight-related quality of life and obstructive sleep apnea
30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine Montreal, QB.
Starlight Starbright program for families of children with chronic disease: An evaluation
116th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association Boston, MA.
(2014) Co-occurring chronic pain and insomnia are common in a clinical setting. Cognitive–behavioral theoretical (CBT) frameworks exist for both conditions independently. The purpose of this study was to address the problem of co-occurring chronic pain and ...
(2014) Cognitive-behavioral models for both insomnia and pain are well established. Few studies have addressed the cognitive-behavioral aspects of these conditions occurring together with a unified model. Worry, rumination, catastrophizing, monitoring ...
(2013) Healthcare disparities are a growing area of interest among scientists and
clinicians. Articles identified from searches of the PubMed and PsycInfo databases, as well as the Google Scholar search engine including combinations of the key words and ...
(2010) Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome (GTS) is a neuropsychiatric disorder that often presents with a complex array of motor and phonic tics that persist over the majority of a person's life. GTS often presents with comorbidities such as attention deficit hyperactivity ...
(2008) Dream Lab is an experiential pedagogic activity designed to enhance student learning with respect to the topic of dreaming. The present study focused on determining the efficacy of Dream Lab as a method for teaching dream theories and characteristics to ...