Stacey Lambert, PsyD
617-327-6777 x1288, Work Space 514
- Chair, Clinical Department and Associate vice President for Academic Affairs
- PsyD, Clinical Psychology; 1996
- Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
- APA Accredited Doctoral Program
- APA Preparation Courses
Research and Practice Interests
- Schizophrenia and serious mental illness
Professional Licenses and Certifications
- MA licensed psychologist
- 2015, Accepted into APA Women’s Leadership Institute, Washington DC
- 2006, Doctoral Faculty of the Year, Nova Southeastern University, Center for Psychological Studies, Ft Lauderdale, FL
Publications and Presentations
Lambert, S. & Collins, M. (2005, July 13). A complicated answer to a complicated question. [Review of the book What psychotherapy works for whom? A critical review of psychotherapy research, 2nd. Ed.]. PsycCritiques-Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 50 (28), Article13.
Lambert, S., Clabaugh, R., Cook, J., Rothman, N., Sean McDonald, S., & Barror, J. (2003). Life Experiences of Elderly People with Schizophrenia: A Qualitative Report. Schizophrenia Research: Vol. 60 (1), 19.
Davidson, L., Stayner, D.A., Lambert, S., Smith, P., & Sledge, W.H. (2001). Phenomenological and participatory research on schizophrenia: Recovering the person in theory and practice. In D. Tolman & M Brydon-Miller (Eds.), From subjects to subjectivities (pp163-179). New York: New York University Press.
Lambert, S., & Davidson, L. (1999). Providing consultation about boundary dilemmas to paraprofessional staff working with people with severe psychiatric disabilities. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 10(4), 377-383.
Davidson, L., Lambert, S., & McGlashen, T.H. (1998). Cognitive-behavioral and psychotherapeutic treatment of schizophrenia. In C. Perris & P. McGorry (Eds.), Cognitive psychotherapy of psychotic disorders handbook of theory and practice.
Davidson, L., Stayner, D., Lambert, S., Smith, P., & Sledge, W.H. (1997). Phenomenological and participatory research on schizophrenia: Recovering the person in theory and practice. Journal of Social Issues, 53(4), 767-784.
Davidson, L., Chinman, M., Kloos, B., Lambert, S. Stayner, D. & Tebes, J.K. (1997). Mental illness as a psychiatric disability: Shifting the paradigm toward mutual support. The Community Psychologist, 30(1), 19-21.
Lambert, S, Ecker, B, Rosowsky, E, Bennesar, M, & StLouis, G. (2016, January). The Role of Mentoring in Attracting Doctoral Students to Work with Underserved Populations. Symposium presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Winter Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
Lambert, S., Dorn, R., Emmons, L., & Cornish, J. (2013, August). Utilizing consortium and part-time training models to address the psychology internship shortage. Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association’s Annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Lambert, S., Crabtree, H.J, & Indelicato, H.A. (2010, June). Coping with voices: Facilitating self-help groups for people who hear voices. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the United States Psychiatric Association, Boise, Idaho.
Lambert, S & Crabtree, H.J. (2009, September). Improving staff morale on a tight budget. Paper presented at the Florida Council of Community Mental Health Annual Conference, Boca Raton, Florida.
Indelicato, H.A., Crabtree, H.J., & Lambert, S. (2009, September). Suicide management for beginning clinicians: Where to begin? Paper presented at the Florida Council of Community Mental Health Annual Conference, Boca Raton, Florida.
Karle, J., Dorfman, B., DeLucia, C., Lambert, S., Langsam, L., Luna, Y., & Chisholm, T. (2009, August). Exploring burnout in mental health providers of chronic clients. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association’s Annual conference, Toronto, Canada.
Lambert, S. (2008, September). Evidence based psychosocial interventions for schizophrenia. Paper presented at the Florida Council of Community Mental Health Annual Conference, Naples, Florida.
Lambert, S., Indelicato, H., & Crabtree, H. (2008, September). Using artistic tools to serve mentally ill patients. Paper presented at the Florida Council of Community Mental Health Annual Conference, Naples, Florida.
Lambert, S., & Patterson, A. (2007, December). Caring for the caregiver: An emotion focussed coping approach. Paper presented at the National Alliance of Mentally Ill-Florida Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida.
Lambert, S., Schlenke, B., & Merolla, N. (2006, December). Expanding housing opportunities for mental health consumers. Paper presented at the National Alliance of Mentally Ill-Florida Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Lambert, S. & Merolla, N. (2005, May). Building stronger community development corporations. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the United States Psychiatric Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Lambert. S. (2003, March). Life experiences of elderly people with schizophrenia: A qualitative report. Poster session presented at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Lambert, S. & Clabaugh, R. (2002, June). The graying of America: Rehabilitation services for older adults with severe psychiatric disabilities. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of the International Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services, Toronto, Canada.
Owen, K. & Lambert, S. (2002, June) Innovative methods for teaching students about serious mental illness. Poster to be presented at the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology’s Annual conference, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.
Lambert, S. (2001, May). Boundary modifications in work with seriously mentally ill clients. Paper presented at the International Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation annual conference, Houston, Texas.
Dorfman, B. & Lambert, S. (2000, August). Training psychologists to work with seriously mentally ill population. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association’s Annual conference, Washington D.C.
Davidson, L. Lambert, S., Chinman, M., & Kloos, B. (1997, May). Integrating clinical and community psychology. Symposium conducted at the National Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Columbia, South Carolina.
Current Professional Leadership and/or Concurrent Work Experience
- 10/14 – present, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education/ New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NECHE), Site evaluator
- 4/03 – present, American Psychological Association, Committee on Accreditation, Site Visitor and Chair
Prior Professional Leadership and/or Work Experience
- 8/99 - 8/10, Nova Southeastern University, Center for Psychological Studies, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Associate Professor/ Director of Internship Training (May 2006-Aug 2010). Assistant Professor/ Director of Psychology Services Internship (August 1999- May 2006)
- 7/97 – 7/99, Yale University School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry, New Haven, CT, Associate Research Scientist
- 7/96 – 7/97, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, New Haven, CT, Post-doctoral Fellow, Clinical Psychology. Provided outpatient therapy for seriously mentally ill adults and dually diagnosed clients at Connecticut Mental Health Center. Supervised staff of several residential treatment programs that are part of New Haven’s Mental Health Network Conducted qualitative research project on relapse prevention for clients with serious mental illness who had records of high recidivism.
- 7/95 –7/96, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, New Haven, CT, Pre-doctoral Intern, Clinical Psychology. Conducted assessment and outpatient therapy for adults with serious mental illness at Connecticut Mental Health Center. Completed a variety of projects at the Consultation Center including a residential services needs assessment, workshop series for landlords who house the seriously mentally ill population, and designed a training curriculum for consumer volunteers of a homeless outreach program.
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA)