Director, Mind-Body Medicine Skills Group Program, AHSC; Director, Professional Development and Associate Director, Psychosocial Oncology, Arizona Cancer Center; Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, University of Arizona
Dr. Mark Gilbert, M.D., Dip. ABPN, F.R.C.P. (c) is Director of the Mind-Body Medicine Skills Group Program at the Arizona Health Sciences Center; Director of Professional Development and Associate Director of Psychosocial Oncology, the Arizona Cancer Center; former Director of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry; and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the UMC Medical Center, University of Arizona, Tucson. He also has a full affiliation with the Reproductive Health Center in Tucson, and teaches Mind-Body Medicine, Physician Self-Care and Spirituality and Health courses at the College of Medicine, University of Arizona. He is a contributing member in psychosocial oncology for the Integrative Oncology fellowship program at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. He was the Co-Director of The Integrated Pain Treatment Center and the Mind-Body Skills Program in Toronto, Canada for almost 15 years. Dr. Gilbert has a wealth of experience in the field of Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine and the treatment of patients with stress, pain, trauma and life-threatening and chronic illnesses. As a lecturer at the University of Toronto, Dr. Gilbert taught the Family Therapy program at the Hospital for Sick Children for almost a decade, taking a special interest in consultation to families affected by physical illness. Dr. Gilbert studied Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard's Deaconess Hospital, Georgetown University and UCSF. In 1994, Dr. Gilbert opened and Co-Directed a multidisciplinary clinic for chronic illness and pain. In 1999, he established a Mind-Body Program for a large health care center in downtown Toronto, and in May 2000 opened and Co-Directed The Integrated Pain Treatment Center. Dr. Gilbert has lectured extensively and published in his field, in both the United States and Canada.