Dr. Johanna Lamm, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist and Meditation Teacher

Dr. Lamm spent 13 years as a clinical psychologist in private practice specializing primarily in trauma. She is also a yoga and meditation teacher and volunteers for racial justice and human rights organizations. She has a background in clinical research at the University of Minnesota and is interested in holistic medicine. Dr. Lamm is passionate about writing and continued education, as well as her role as an activist.

Expertise

Trauma, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Relationships, Addiction, Abuse, Eating Disorders, Mindfulness, Mind/Body Practices

Education

Doctor of Psychology - Clinical Psychology from Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Psychology and Criminal Justice from Hamline University

Dr. Lamm spent thirteen successful years in private practice as a Psychologist, specializing in trauma and working with a diverse clientele in terms of presenting issues, background, age, ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, gender identification, sexual orientation, etc. Dr. Lamm transitioned into a new role as a Holistic, Wellness and Spirituality Coach and Yoga/Tai Chi/Meditation Teacher. Her approach is client-centered and non-judgmental, incorporating Eastern philosophy and modern Western psychology and medicine. She assist clients in completing an overall assessment of their lifestyle and identifying areas where they would like to make changes so they can live their best lives. Dr. Lamm believes that including mind/body practices such as yoga and tai chi, as well as meditation, into treatment planning is crucial for overall health and healing.

When I dare to become powerful- to use my strength in the service of my vision- then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.
Audre Lorde