Lauren K. Lambie, M.S., N.C.C., L.C.P.C., L.C.P.A.T., A.T.R.-B.C.
Lauren K. Lambie is both a licensed clinical professional counselor and a licensed clinical professional art therapist in the State of Maryland as well as a national certified counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors. She is also a registered board certified art therapist with the Art Therapy Credentials Board. Ms. Lambie received a Master of Science degree in Art Therapy from Eastern Virginia Medical School and a Master of Fine Arts in Costume Design from the University of Illinois.
Currently, Ms. Lambie provides therapy services for individuals and families. She also leads groups focusing on treatment issues including AD/HD, Depression/Anxiety, developmental disabilities, and social skills development.
Ms. Lambie is experienced in working with treatment issues related to pervasive developmental disorders including Autism and Asperger's Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, mood disorders, anxiety, addictions, and emotionally disturbed children.
Before moving to Maryland in 2001, she had a private practice in Safford, AZ, specializing in working with children and families. While in Arizona, Ms. Lambie was the coordinator for the Graham County Child Abuse Task Force. Ms. Lambie worked extensively with Child Protective Services and the Department of Juvenile Justice providing therapeutic and wrap-around services for at-risk youth/families, survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse, juvenile sex offenders, divorce/custody, crisis intervention, and post-traumatic stress.
Ms. Lambie is also a trained divorce and family mediator. Ms. Lambie prefers an integrative approach to therapy. She utilizes art therapy, play therapy, and traditional therapeutic techniques to best meet the needs of each client.