In response to COVID-19, Duke Integrative Medicine is open for medical visits at this time. We are also offering acupuncture and 30-minute massage appointments. Nutrition and behavioral health continue to be available for phone or video nutrition visits. Use of facilities and in-person programs continue to be suspended until further notice. Please call center for details. Hours of the building are limited to Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
Dr. McNeilly is a licensed clinical and health psychologist with 30+ years of clinical practice in integrative and mindfulness-based psychotherapy; research, and teaching as former full time faculty at Duke University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry. Her research is published in scientific journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association, the Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, Psychophysiology, and others. Dr. McNeilly has also served as faculty for the North Carolina Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Studies teaching mindfulness for recovery and relapse prevention, and helps corporations integrate mindfulness into the workplace. She is currently an instructor at the Duke Integrative Medicine Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program where she teaches foundation and graduate classes, and has co-facilitated the Mindfulness Training for Professionals at Duke with Dr. Jeffrey Brantley, founder of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program. Dr. McNeilly has practiced meditation since childhood in a variety of traditions, including Buddhist, Christian Contemplative Prayer, and Jewish, with teachers in the U.S., Tibet and Nepal, and elsewhere. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the North Carolina Psychological Association.
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