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Ann Marie Warren, Ph.D., ABPP

 

 

 

Ann Marie Warren, Ph.D., ABPP, is a licensed psychologist and Associate Investigator of Trauma Research at the Level I Trauma Center at Baylor University Medical Center. She is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M in the Department of Surgery.  Dr. Warren sees both inpatients and outpatients at Baylor Medical Psychology Consultants with a focus on the psychological needs of those with medical conditions. As both a treating psychologist and clinical researcher with over 13 years of experience at Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, her work has focused primarily on the psychological aspects of traumatic physical injury.  She received a PhD from the University of North Texas, and is Board Certified in Rehabilitation Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology.

 

She has been the principal investigator of several funded research projects and multi-site collaborations pertaining to the psychological aspects of physical injury, including depression, posttraumatic stress, and resilience. She is also interested in the psychological outcomes and rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. Dr. Warren is a frequent lecturer at both regional and national conferences and has been published in surgical and psychological peer reviewed journals as well as book chapters.

 

PhD
University of North Texas, Denton, TX

 

Certifications
Board Certified Rehabilitation Psychologist, American Board of Professional Psychology

 

Medical Affiliations/Associations
American Psychological Association (APA)
Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals

 

Selected IRB Approved Studies

IRB 012-028: Baylor Trauma Outcome Project (BTOP)

IRB 012-049: Family Longitudinal Outcome After Trauma Project (FLOAT)

IRB 012-035: Secondary Traumatic Stress in Clinicians: Impact of Working with Patients who Sustain Trauma (STS)

IRB 013-012: The Role of Resilience in Healing Following Cardiovascular Surgery

IRB 013-084: Depression and Environment in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury

IRB 015-044: A Policy Relevant US Trauma Care System Pragmatic Trial for PTSD and Comorbidity (Trauma Survivors Outcomes and Support)

IRB 015-122: Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

 

Selected Peer Reviewed Publications

Warren AM, Rainey EE, Weddle RJ, Bennett M, Foreman ML. The ICU Experience: Psychological Impact on Family Members of Patients With and Without Traumatic Brain Injury.  In press, Rehabilitation Psychology.

 

Warren AM, Boals A, Reynolds M, Holtz P, Trost Z, Foreman ML. Mild traumatic brain injury increases risk for the development of posttraumatic stress disorder. In press, Journal of Trauma.

 

Warren AM, Reynolds M, Driver S, Bennett M, Sikka S. Posttraumatic stress symptoms among spinal cord injury patients in trauma: A brief report. In press, Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation.

 

Warren AM, Reynolds M, Foreman ML, Bennett M, Weddle RJ, Austin JD, Roden-Foreman K, Petrey LB. Validation of a Brief, Two Question Depression Screen in Trauma Patients. In press, Journal of Trauma.

 

Lister, E.D., Ledbetter T.G., Warren, A.M. The engaged physician. Mayo Clin Proceedings. 2015; 90(4):425-427.

 

Fann JR, Bombardier CH, Richards S, Wilson C, Heinemann AW, Warren AM, Brooks L, et al. Venalfaxine Extended-Release for Depression Following Spinal Cord Injury: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Psychiatry. 2015;72(3):247-258.

 

Trost, Z., Agtarap, S., Scott, W., Driver, S., Guck, A., Roden-Foreman, K., Reynolds, M., Foreman, M. L., Warren, A. M. Perceived injustice after traumatic injury: Associations with pain, psychological distress, and functional outcomes. Rehabilitation Psychology. 2015;60(3):213-221

 

Dodd, Z., Driver, S., Riggs, S., Clark, M., & Warren, AM. Effects of adult romantic attachment and social support on resilience and depression in individuals with spinal cord injury. 2015. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury, 21(2), 156-165.

 

Rainey, E., Petrey, L., Reynolds, M, Agtarap, S., Warren, AM. Psychological Factors Predicting outcome after traumatic injury: The role of resilience. American Journal of Surgery 2014; 208(4); 517-23.

 

Warren, A.M., Foreman, M.L., Bennett, M., Petrey, L.B., Reynolds, M., Patel, S., & Roden-Foreman, K. (2014). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following traumatic injury at six months: Associations with alcohol use and depression. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 76(2) 517-522.

 

Monden, K., Trost, Z., Catalano, D., Garner, AN., Symcox, J, Driver, S. Hamilton, RG, Warren, A.M.  (2014). Resilience following spinal cord injury: A phenomenological view. Spinal Cord, 52(3), 197-201.

 

Powers, M., Warren, A.M, Rosenfield, D., Roden-Foreman, K., Bennett, M., Self, M., Foreman, M., Petrey, L, & Smits, J. (2014). Predictors of PTSD in adults admitted to a level I trauma center: A prospective analysis. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 28(3), 301-309.

 

Warren, A.M., Stucky, K., & Sherman, JJ. (2013). Rehabilitation psychology’s role in the level I trauma center. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 21(3), 130-145.

 

Warren, A.M., Jones, A.L., Shafi, S., Roden-Foreman, K., Bennett, M., & Foreman, M.L.(2013). Does caring for trauma patients lead to psychological stress in surgeons?  Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 75(1), 179-184.

 

Warren, A.M., Stucky, K., & Sherman, JJ. (2013). Rehabilitation psychology’s role in the level I trauma center. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 74(5), 1357-1362.

 

 



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