Clinical health psychology with emphasis on consultation liaison, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, substance use, pain management, pre-surgical evaluations, and rehabilitation.
Dr. Trambadia completed his Bachelor in Science from The University of Georgia. He then completed a Doctor of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. During his time at Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Trambadia focused on cognitive behavioral interventions for Health Psychology, including substance use, rehabilitation, and consultation liaison. He completed a directed study which focused on Psychoneuroimmunology.
Upon completion of his doctorate, Dr. Trambadia completed a fellowship at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. He focused on pain management, including palliative care and biofeedback. At Duke University Medical Center, Dr. Trambadia focused on clinical, research, teaching, and supervision aspects of Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Trambadia is currently a Clinical Psychologist at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southeastern Regional Medical Center. He provides care for patients who are dealing with adjustment concerns, depression, and anxiety throughout their cancer journey. He also engages with a variety of providers in the hospital, from Pain Management to Surgery, to ensure patients are getting all aspects of care including their mental health.