Michelle Lamb, PsyD, HSPP

Dr. Lamb recognizes that the decision to enter therapy is often a difficult one. Therefore she is committed to meeting each person at their point of need thereby assisting them in reaching their goals.

Dr. Lamb’s practice style is eclectic but predominately cognitive, behavioral and insight oriented. She helps individuals experiencing problems with interpersonal conflict, marital struggles, anger management, stress and painful life transitions including grief.

Michelle earned her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Indiana State University in 1994. Her undergraduate degrees are in Behavioral Science and Psychology from Cedarville University. As a psychotherapist and counselor since 1993, Dr. Lamb has worked in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, Post-traumatic stress disorder and personality disorders. Her training in EMDR (breakthrough treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and CISD (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing) were foundational to her extensive experience working with law enforcement and public safety personnel. 


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