William Sieber, PhD. earned his doctorate in clinical health psychology from Yale University and completed his clinical training at the Palo Alto VA and the Stanford School of Medicine. His research interests and publications have focused on assessment of quality of life, impact of behavioral medicine interventions on patients' mood and health, and performance enhancement of health care providers.
On the faculty at the University of California, San Diego in the Department of Family & Preventive Medicine as well as Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Sieber serves as Research Director for the division of Family Medicine. He helps coordinate the Collaborative Care program, delivering clinical services and supervising that of others for the benefit of primary care patients often struggling with chronic illness.
Dr. Sieber serves as a reviewer for nearly a dozen peer-reviewed medical journals, has been a consultant to the biotech and pharmaceutical industry, has presented to tens of thousands of health care providers on topics of stress, burnout, and health promotion, and as a licensed psychologist has provided and supervised the delivery of services for over 20 years in a variety of medical settings.