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Jason M. Satterfield


Digital health teacher, gardener and devoted dad

Jason Satterfield is a psychologist with experience in both individual and group therapy. His expertise encompasses diagnosing and treating mood disorders, helping patients adjust to chronic medical or stress-induced illnesses, psychological care of patients with HIV, stress management, end-of-life care and coping with loss. He also teaches behavioral medicine to UCSF primary care residents.

In research, Satterfield is a co-investigator on studies looking at end-of-life care, group therapy and mood management.

Satterfield earned his doctorate in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed a fellowship in psychology at UCSF.

  • Education

    University of Pennsylvania, 1995

  • Fellowships

    UCSF, Psychology, 1996

  • Academic Title


Getting treatments that work to the people who need them drives my teaching, research and patient care.

Where I see patients (1)

    Decorative Caduceus

    Integrating Nonpharmacologic Strategies for Pain With Inclusion, Respect, and Equity

    The PEG Pain Screening Tool is a validated, self-reported 3-question survey assessing pain severity, the extent to which pain interferes with enjoyment of life, and the extent to which pain interferes with general activity. Possib...


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