Judy Shazer, Ph.D. is a clinical and forensic psychologist who has been practicing for over 30 years. She graduated from Wayne State University, receiving her clinical training at multiple hospitals in the Detroit Metro area. She spent a significant portion of her career as a forensic psychologist for the state of Michigan and has served as a lecturer at Eastern Michigan University.
Her past work as a psychotherapist has included both hospitalized patients and outpatient clients. She joined CNS several years ago. Her therapeutic approach is flexible and eclectic; she uses varied empirically supported treatment techniques including cognitive behavior therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills training, cognitive processing therapy (for trauma) and motivational interviewing.
She believes that developing a trusting, caring and open therapeutic relationship is of paramount importance. She works with adults across the lifespan on problems including social and general anxiety, weight management, depression, trauma, adaptation to attention or cognitive difficulties, anger management, and enhancement of values-based living. She adapts her approach to treatment to accommodate the individual needs, goals and preferences of her clients.
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