Core Faculty

     

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Alexander Blount, EdD
Alexander.Blount@umassmemorial.org
Dr. Blount is the Director of Behavioral Science for the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and is a primary clinical supervisor in the fellowship. He was previously Director of the Family Center of the Berkshires at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, MA. He was also a faculty member at the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy in New York City. He is the author of Integrated Primary Care: The Future of Medical and Mental Health Collaboration, published by Norton in 1998, and of several other articles in the field. He is a Past President of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association and previous Editor of Families, Systems, & Health. He is a primary supervisor for the Program of School Aged Children and runs the Certificate Program for Primary Care Behavioral Health which all fellows take in their first year.

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William Ferrarone, PhD
William.Ferrarone@umassmemorial.org
Dr. Ferrarone is a member of the faculty at the Barre Family Health Center. He has been in practice for over twenty years and practicing in a primary care setting for ten. He lives in Barre and is actively involved in the community.

     
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Daniel Mullin, PsyD
Daniel.Mullin@umassmemorial.org
Dr. Mullin is the onsite supervisor at the Barre Family Health Center. Dr. Mullin is the onsite supervisor at the Barre Family Health Center. He completed a two year post-doctoral experience at Rochester Medical School. He has interests in health behavior change, integrated primary care and resident teaching. His primary passion is teaching Motivational Interviewing through experiential trainings and runs the Certificate for Intensive Training in Motivational Interviewing course through the Center for Integrated Primary Care.

     
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Tina Runyan, PhD
Christine.Runyan@umassmemorial.org
Dr. Runyan is the Director and primary clinical supervisor of the fellowship. She joined our faculty as Associate Director of Behavioral Science and is the Behavioral Science Director for the Worcester Family Medicine Residency. She has extensive experience in health psychology in primary care. She has been a leader in developing integrated primary care in the Air Force and has experience in teaching and academic leadership in health psychology graduate training. Her primary clinical interests are in the role of trauma in primary care and physician wellness, including teaching mindfulness based skills to residents.