Lori Lichtman, Psy.D.

Lori Lichtman has been affiliated with the Ann Arbor Center for the Family since August, 2000.  She holds a Psy.D. degree (Doctor of Clinical Psychology) from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and is a licensed clinical psychologist. Her current general practice includes therapy with children, adolescents, college students, and adults, in addition to Deaf clients and their family members.

She was a post doctoral fellow (2 years) and assistant to the director (one year) of University Center for the Child and Family, a pre-doctoral and postdoctoral training program at the University of Michigan. She also was a therapist at McAuley Outpatient Behavioral Services at St. Joseph Hospital for two years.

Dr. Lichtman’s approach is integrative and strength-based and, depending on the needs of the clients, might incorporate family systems, insight-oriented, narrative, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.  She works with a range of therapy issues with children and adolescents, including anxiety, behavioral concerns, and depression. She also works with college students and adults with anxiety and/or depression symptoms, life transitions, loss, managing stress, parenting concerns, divorce issues, facilitating parent-child relationships, and pre and post natal adjustment. She has extensive experience with Deaf clients and family members, communicating in American Sign Language.

Insurances: BCBS PPO, Federal BC, Medicare, MESSA PPO Choices 2, United Behavioral Health.