ABOUT DR. LAMB

Dr. Lamb is a Florida licensed psychologist with experience treating children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, and group therapy. She was a licensed psychologist in Maryland for ten years before moving to Tampa and starting her private practice. 

Academic Education: Dr. Lamb completed her pre-doctoral internship at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from the George Washington University with a Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD).

Employment: She worked with a team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins University's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Family Study, interviewing multi-generations of family members with OCD and anxiety-related disorders. Dr. Lamb also worked at Alvord, Baker & Associates, providing assessments and treatment of adults, adolescents and children with ADHD, anxiety, OCD, and related disorders. Dr. Lamb provided a multi-modal approach to treatment, using individual, family and group therapy. She led social skills groups (friendship groups), using the Resilience Builder Program. Dr. Lamb was also the consulting psychologist to the Auburn School, Silver Spring campus, a private school for children with social and/or communication challenges. 

Continuing Education: She has received additional intensive training from the University of Pennsylvania on the treatment of childhood and adult anxiety, OCD and trichotillomania (2008, 2010); and she completed an 18 hour certification in the Neurobiology of Anxiety (PESI, 2018). 

Dr. Lamb is an active member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), International OCD Foundation (IOCDF), Board Member-At Large of the OCD Central and South Florida (OCDCSFL), and the Florida Psychological Association. She also volunteers with the OCD Gamechangers Focus Group to help understand the financial and cultural barriers to effective OCD treatment. She has provided numerous trainings and presentations to parents and professionals in Maryland and the Tampa Bay community. Since 2010, she has presented at elementary and middle schools during the Great American Teach-In; participated in yearly panel discussion of The World of a Teen (sponsored by Steinbrenner High School PTSA); and provided evidence-based trainings for the school psychologists, social workers, and school counselors at Hillsborough Public Schools.