Karen Weiss, PhD, LP, ABPP
Dr. Weiss's work has focused on child and adolescent chronic illness and pain, notably, attention and concentration in pediatric chronic pain, psychosocial factors that influence functioning in pediatric chronic pain, and family therpay. She has also studied Pediatric Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).
- Clinical Director, Mayo Clinic Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Center, Rochester, MN
- Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Rochester, MN
- PhD, University of Maryland, Child Psychology and Behavioral Medicine
- Tseng, A. S., Weiss, K. E., Harrison, T., Hansen, D., & Bruce, B. (2014). Pain relief as a primary treatment goal: At what point does functioning and well-being become more important? A case study of an adolescent with debilitating chronic pain. Pain Research and Management, 19, 219-223.
- Kizilbash, S. J., Ahrens, S. P., Bruce, B. K., Chelimsky, G., Driscoll, S. W., Harbeck-Weber, C….Weiss, K. E., & Fischer, P. R. (2014). Adolescent fatigue, POTS, and recovery: A guide for clinicians. Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care, 44, 107-134.
- Harrison, T. E., Bruce, B. K., Weiss, K. E., Rummans, T. A., & Bostwick, M. (2013). Marijuana and chronic nonmalignant pain in adolescents. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 88, 647-650.
- Weiss, K. E., Hahn, A., Wallace, D. P., Biggs, B., Bruce, B. K., & Harrison, T. E. (2013). Acceptance of pain: Associations with depression, catastrophizing, and functional disability among children and adolescents in a multidisciplinary chronic pain rehabilitation program. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jst028