Dr. Lambright is the co-director of the Boston Child Study Center and oversees the services at its Prudential Center location. In addition to these responsibilities, Dr. Lambright conducts individual therapy and neuropsychological evaluations. He is also the Vice President of Clinical Services in the Educational Services Division of the May Institute where he provides clinical oversight to the Institute’s schools for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Lambright is a member of the faculty for May Institute’s APA-accredited doctoral internship program in Clinical Psychology. He is a Consulting Psychologist for McLean Hospital’s 3East continuum of care where he conducts neuropsychological testing for teens and young adults with a history of self-harm and emotion regulation struggles. He also holds an appointment at Harvard Medical School as an Instructor of Psychology.
A licensed psychologist and certified health services provider, Dr. Lambright received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University, where his dissertation won the Cyril F. Franks Award for excellence in research. He completed a pre-doctoral internship at McMaster Children’s Hospital in Ontario, Canada, in early behavioral intervention for autism and neuropsychological testing. Dr. Lambright spent several years working as a behavioral consultant, training coordinator, and was subsequently the Program Coordinator for Home School Consultation Services at the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center.
Dr. Lambright is an expert in the treatment of ASD, Tourette syndrome, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. He has specialized training in evidence-based treatments including Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT), and is board certified in applied behavior analysis at the doctoral level. Dr. Lambright is a member of the Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapies, American Psychological Association, Division 53 (Child and Adolescent Psychology), and the Tourette Syndrome Association of America. He has delivered numerous talks and workshops at these organization’s annual conferences.
Dr. Lambright’s current research projects include developing a protocol to combine neuropsychological testing, functional behavior assessment, and cognitive behavioral case conceptualization to differentiate between skills and performance deficits for adolescent with severe emotional regulation struggles. He is also adapting cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques for anxiety and emotion regulation to meet the needs of children with ASD. He has helped spearhead an initiative to deliver CBT to individuals on the autism spectrum in a school setting, incorporating individual therapy and classroom consultation.