Dr. Elizabeth Lamont, LCSW, Ph.D.
Dr. LaMont, has been a practicing counselor since 2003 with experience in DSM-IV diagnoses including depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma, PTSD, ADD/ADHAD, schizophrenia, bipolar and personality disorders, analysis, focus groups, extrapolation, parenting, sub-stance abuse treatment, group practice, empowerment, treatment protocol, development and has additional counseling experience with relationships. She is also a researcher who is skilled at data gathering, program administration, and program development for at-risk populations. Dr. LaMont has taught many courses with emphasis on vulnerable populations and human behavior and the social environment, which examines issues across all stages of human development. Dr. LaMont is an expert in behavior modification and the programs she has developed have been approved by probation departments, municipal courts, and justice of the peace courts in several states including: Texas, Missouri, California, Florida, South Carolina and others.
Each course has been designed and developed by Elizabeth LaMont, LCSW, Ph.D. Dr. LaMont has developed curriculum to help meet the demand for quality programs that the legal system can rely on to bring relevant information and resources to defendants. With over 80 hours of comprehensive classes developed, the programs include in-depth information, expansive content, detailed quizzes, and the highest level of security in the industry.