Michelle Accardi-Ravid, PhD
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BIO-SKETCH

Michelle Accardi-Ravid, Ph.D.

Acting Assistant Professor

Dept. of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

Univ. of Washington Medical Center

 

Education:

College/University

Degree/Credential

Year Granted

Univ. of Hartford, CT

BA - Psychology

2008

Binghamton Univ. SUNY

MS – Clinical Psychology

2010

Binghamton Univ. SUNY

PhD – Clinical Psychology

2015

University of Washington

Internship – Behavioral Medicine/Neuropsychology

2015

University of Washington

Fellowship – Rehabilitation Psychology

2016

 

Experience

Dr. Michelle Accardi-Ravid is an acting assistant professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the University of Washington. She is the attending psychologist for the Acute Pain Service, working with both inpatients and outpatients at Harborview Medical Center. Her clinical interests and expertise are in the areas of non-pharmacological pain management and motivational interviewing.

 

She is currently conducting research to improve outcomes for individuals with acute and chronic pain, including peri-operative screening, mobile application technology, and qualitative analysis. Her past research projects have included the effects of hypnosis and establishing the psychometric properties of self-report measures of psychological constructs.

 

She is a member of the American Psychological Association’s Division 22-Rehabilitation Psychology as well as the American Pain Society. She locally serves as the co-facilitator of an early career in psychology seminar for Rehabilitation Psychology postdoctoral fellows, and the chair for the Professional Development Committee for residents in the Behavioral Medicine/Neuropsychology track. She is a graduate of the Teaching Scholars Program at UW.