Meena Lambha, PhD
As a psychologist, I have had the good fortune to work in a vast array of diverse areas. This includes working at the Marcus Autism Center, Emory Neurobehavior Clinic and A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children. I primarily work directly with children and their families with a focus on neurodevelopmental & psychological assessments as well as family, individual and parent-child therapy
My approach is that of a scientist-practitioner. Science, clinical care and my teaching experience continually inform on another which allows me to provide the most appropriate and individualized care for my clients. I primarily use Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral approaches
I obtained my undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of Georgia. I received both my Master’s and Doctorate from Auburn University. My internship was completed at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children. I completed my postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
I work with children with developmental disabilities, anxiety, ADHD, Autism, depression, other mood issues, learning disabilities, communication disorders, urination problems (enuresis), defecation problems (encopresis), feeding issues and parent-child relationship difficulties.