Donna Lazarick, Ph.D.

Donna L. Lazarick, Ph.D.
Asisstant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry


Personal Statement  My passion is seeking new, more efficient ways to heal psychological trauma. For 25 years, I have worked with trauma survivors, ages 4 to 70. My current position at the Roudebush VAMC focuses on developing treatment for the OEF/OIF veterans. In development are mind focusing sessions, DBT informed group therapy for women, CPT groups and a joint group with the chaplain service.
Education  Undergraduate: Penn State University

Graduate School: University of Notre Dame

Internship: University of Cincinnati
Current Academic Interests  Teaching: Clinical supervision and teaching psychopathology and treatments for trauma.

Clinical: Developing program for male and female veterans that meet their specific post deployment needs.

Research: Archival studies of predispositions for PTSD, efficacy of EMDR for combat veterans, and comparative research regarding treatment effects of evidenced based treatments for trauma.
Recent Publications  Lazarick, D.L., Fishbein, S.S., Loiella, M. & Howard, G.S. (1988) Practical investigations of volition. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35, 15-26

Cole, D.A., Lazarick, D.L. & Howard G.S. (1987) Construct validity and the relation between depression and social skill. Journal of Counseling
Donna Lazarick, Ph.D.

VA Medical Center
1481 W. 10th St.
Indianapolis,IN, 46202
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