Dr. Roeder has always been interested in the interactions between the brain and body and the powerful ways in which emotional, psychological, social, and behavioral factors can directly affect health.
Dr. Roeder completed dual training in internal medicine and psychiatry at Stanford and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. During the course of her career, she has had the opportunity to work in adult primary care, outpatient psychiatry, and community mental health settings. From 2008 - 2019 Dr. Roeder served as the Chief of the Inpatient Psychiatry Consultation Service treating patients with co-occuring medical and psychiatric disorders.
Her services include:
An initial consultation to confirm the diagnosis of a functional disorder or psychophysiological disorder (PPD) Individual psychotherapy which incorporates treatment modalities with demonstrated effectiveness in the treatment of chronic pain and PPD including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT), mindfulness practices, and exposure therapy.
Dr. Roeder specializes in the treatment of functional disorders, medically unexplained symptoms and chronic pain, also known as psychophysiological disorders (PPD).