Emily Lambert, LPC
Emily is a certified in CBT for Anxiety & OCD Specialist and has completed the extensive clinical training program through the Center for Anxiety Training. Emily completed her Masters in Counseling from Northwestern University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from DePaul University. In addition to her role as Behavioral Specialist at Light on Anxiety, Emily serves as in intake specialist for a large, regional mental health treatment center that specializes in residential treatment for OCD and related disorders, partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient programing (IOP) for OCD, anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, and PTSD. Emily has advanced training in using CBT for the treatment of anxiety and related disorders.
Emily uses a foundation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and psychodynamic therapeutic strategies to help clients identify and address unhelpful, self-defeating thoughts and behavioral patterns and to improve how they work, love, and play. Through warmth and trust, Emily collaborates with her clients to facilitate positive change and develop strategies to meet goals of well-being. While building upon clients’ strengths and resiliency, she provides the tools to improve feelings about self, improve relationships, and improve ability to cope with stress.
What Light on Anxiety Clients Have To Say About Their Experience Working With Emily Lambert:
“Emily, I want to thank you for all of your support and guidance this year. I am grateful to be working with you. With each session, you have created an atmosphere that is supportive, accepting, challenging, engaging and even light-hearted. Your ability to help develop strategy, work on specific exercises in session, and assign homework (especially writing) has been tremendous and has helped me grow and learn in many ways. You have helped me connect and make sense of my past and present, with developing a foundation for the future. These are things I was never able to do or even thought were possible.”
“Thank you always for being a awesome therapist Emily! Thank you for listening to my stories…it feels good to be able to express my real feelings to someone that knows what I’m going through.”
“Emily was very professional, knowledgeable, and sympathetic. I had a great experience.”