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William A. Lambos, Ph.D.

William A. Lambos, Ph.D.


66 years of experience
Solution oriented

I am Dr. William A. Lambos. I am dedicated to providing quality care that emphasizes treating you as a whole person. In my treatment model, medication is a last resort and utilized only after other options have been fully explored. My approach differs in that I recognize the role of the brain in mental health. I recognize that problems in one area of a client's life impact other areas, and so my philosophy is designed to integrate all aspects of functioning. I am committed to helping you achieve balance and harmony in every area of your life by reducing stress and teaching independent self-regulation. What makes me different is that my approach "Leads with The Brain," and finishes with how you achieve balance and self-awareness. Many behavioral health issues have brain-based components that are usually ignored. Once these are identified and handled, therapy can do its job as it was always meant to work. In today's hectic, busy world, the keys to a peaceful and prosperous existence include the ability to manage stress caused by demands on our time and energy. Our unique selection of resources combine effective traditional approaches with innovative methods of treating the brain and body.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

You can expect for me listen to you, first. This is about you! You can next expect me to ask detailed questions so I can explore and come to know you as a "whole person." Finally, you can expect me to offer advice for moving toward solving your issues and finding "the path" to improved happiness and better functioning.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

My "ensemble" of therapies includes a psychobiosocial intake interview, brain functioning assessment (based on a "Q & A" approach, and listening carefully to you with regard to your unique issues and goals of therapy.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I consider my greatest strengths to be knowledge, experience, and caring about my clients. As much as this sounds like "common sense", I am never surprised by how many therapists "don't get it." I've "been there" myself, and I am proud to say "I get it", and will "get you."

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