Cori McMahon, PsyD
Cori McMahon, PsyD, is director of behavioral medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, where she oversees an externship training program for post-masters level doctoral psychology students completing year-long clinical rotations. She is assistant professor of medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and a licensed clinical psychologist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Dr. McMahon and her team have presented research projects at national conferences including the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy and the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Recent study topics include treating sexual dysfunction in women with cancer; the impact of depression on children of breast cancer patients; post-chemotherapy cognitive functioning in women with breast cancer; quality of life related to skin toxicity in breast cancer patients; computerized assessment of distress in cancer patients; and experiential avoidance and post-traumatic distress among people diagnosed with cancer.
Dr. McMahon is an associate clinical faculty member of the psychology department at La Salle University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy and Society of Behavioral Medicine.