Ann Webster, PhD
Albert Einstein School of Medicine/Yeshiva University
Ann Webster, PhD, is a scientist and a health psychologist at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind/Body Medicine, an associate psychologist in Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is the director of the Mind/Body Cancer Program, Mind/Body HIV/AIDS Program, Healthy Lifestyles, and Mind/Body Medicine for Successful Aging. For 27 years, she has been lecturing on mind/body health and conducting workshops for corporations, hospitals and universities all over the world. She was a major contributor to "The Wellness Book" and director of "21st Century Medicine" on Brookline Access Television. Dr. Webster graduated with honors in 1988 from the Department of Health Psychology, Ferkauf Graduate School at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is a regular presenter at the APA Annual Conferences and at the HMS Conferences on Palliative Care. Dr. Webster is currently producing a documentary film, "Everything Matters," about five of her inspirational patients.