Dr. Megan Riehl, PsyD

GI Psychologist

Dr. Megan Riehl, is a GI psychologist at University of Michigan who has lectured internationally in the area of psychogastroenterology and is considered a leader in her field. Her clinical expertise spans the field of gastroenterology from patients with motility disorders like IBS, to those with chronic gastrointestinal diseases like Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Celiac Disease.


Dr. Riehl is the clinical program director of the GI Behavioral Health program at Michigan Medicine where she has a full-time clinical practice, leads GI behavioral health trainings and provides peer consultation. Dr. Riehl serves as the Director of Behavioral Health Services and Support for GI OnDemand, a joint venture with Gastro Girl, INC and the American College of Gastroenterology. In this leadership role she develops programming with nationwide gastroenterology experts across subspecialties to innovate and improve access to care for patients with gastrointestinal conditions.


Her research and clinical expertise have led to several peer-reviewed publications, book chapters and invited commentaries on well-known media publications and websites (Insider, Wall Street Journal, MedScape, Healio Gastroenterology, Everyday Health, WedMD, SELF Magazine, HealthCentral, MedPage Today, etc). She has been invited to speak about her areas of expertise at several national and international meetings as well as on Sirius XM Doctor Radio, NPR and several well-known podcasts and television. 


She is an actively involved member of various professional GI organizations including the Rome Foundation, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, American College of Gastroenterology and the American Gastroenterological Association.


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