Jacob N. Hyde, PsyD

PsyD-Adler University Chicago, Illinois, 2015
  • Rural/remote medicine
  • Behavioral medicine issues affecting military members, such as gastrointestinal illness and eating/weight-related disorders
  • Performance of military service members, expeditioners, and law enforcement in isolated, confined and extreme environments
Academic / Professional Bio: 

As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Hyde provides behavioral health care to patients of all ages at Banner – University Medicine Family Medicine Clinic at South Campus. Additionally, Dr. Hyde plays a vital role in resident education, in the application and understanding of behavioral science at our South Campus Family Medicine Residency Program. 

Dr. Hyde's clinical practice addresses behavioral health aspects of the broad scope of health problems patients bring to their family medicine primary care provider. These include depression and anxiety, stress, overweight and obesity, eating disorders, chronic pain, addiction, post traumatic stress disorder, medication and treatment adherence, and coping with acute or chronic illness. He also provides psychological evaluations for weight loss surgery, learning disabilities, and child behavioral problems.

A combat veteran of the Iraq War, Dr. Hyde completed his PsyD from Adler University, with a concentration in behavioral medicine and primary care psychology. Prior to joining FCM, he worked at the University of Denver, where he was the founding director of the Sturm Specialty in Military Psychology Program and as a clinical assistant professor in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology.

In 2016, Dr. Hyde completed a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical health psychology and primary care at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Medical Center where he designed and led the integration of the primary care psychology fellowship and internal medicine residency training programs within the primary care department.

Dr. Hyde and his work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian, national radio, and local, national and international television.