Jason Satterfield, PhD

Psychologist

Jason Satterfield is a cognitive and behavioral psychologist with experience in individual and group therapy. His areas of expertise are in the diagnosis and treatment of mood disorder, adjustment to chronic medical and stress-induced illnesses, HIV, stress management, end-of-life care, and coping with loss.

Satterfield earned a doctorate in psychology at he University of Pennsylvania and completed an internship and fellowship at UCSF. He teaches behavioral medicine to UCSF primary care residents and is co-investigator on research projects looking at end-of-life care, group therapy and mood management. He is a professor of clinical medicine.

Satterfield sees patients in General Internal Medicine at 1701 Divisadero St. , Suite 500. For appointments, call (415) 885-7679.

Clinics

General Internal Medicine
1545 Divisadero St., First and Second Floors
San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 885-7679

Hours: Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Academic Title

Professor

More about Jason Satterfield

Education

University of Pennsylvania 1995

Residencies

University of California, Psychology 1995

Fellowships

UCSF, Psychology 1996

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Rennke S, Yuan P, Monash B, Blankenburg R, Chua I, Harman S, Sakai DS, Khan A, Hilton JF, Shieh L, Satterfield J. The SDM 3 Circle Model: A Literature Synthesis and Adaptation for Shared Decision Making in the Hospital. J Hosp Med. 2017 12; 12(12):1001-1008.
  2. Kalkhoran S, Alvarado N, Vijayaraghavan M, Lum PJ, Yuan P, Satterfield JM. Patterns of and reasons for electronic cigarette use in primary care patients. J Gen Intern Med. 2017 Oct; 32(10):1122-1129.
  3. O'Sullivan PS, Yuan P, Satre DD, Wamsley M, Satterfield J. A Sequential Implementation Model for Workforce Development: A Case Study of Medical Residency Training for Substance Use Concerns. Teach Learn Med. 2018 Jan-Mar; 30(1):84-94.

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