Dr. Amber Baig, PSYD

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Amber Baig earned a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a bachelor’s degree in Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. She utilizes cognitive behavioral and solution-focused techniques in addition to attachment and mindfulness/meditation-based techniques. However, she tailors her approach based on the specific needs of each client. Dr. Baig not only focuses on helping clients manage and take control over their symptoms, but also on identifying and treating the underlying causes of these symptoms. She believes it is important to build a strong and trusting therapeutic relationship in order to gain a clear understanding of client’s strengths and goals, allowing her to create an individualized treatment plan together with each client.

Dr. Baig’s clinical experience includes working with adults suffering from anxiety, depression, and other mood and adjustment disorders. She is experienced in working with dually diagnosed adults, and adults that suffer from substance addiction. She has gained experience in working at substance and mental health treatment facilities at the intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential levels of care.
During your work together, Dr. Baig will support you through your process of healing, gaining confidence, or adjusting to life’s many challenges. Her philosophy as a therapist is to work together as a team. She will guide you through the treatment process, while also helping you develop skills and tools that will empower you to live your best life.
EDUCATION
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, 2014
  • Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Science,  The University of Michigan, 2009
EXPERIENCE
  • Bel Air Treatment/CORE Melrose Treatment E.G.I
  • Elevation Behavioral Health
  • CLARE Foundation
MEMBERSHIPS
  • Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA
  • American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors, and Therapists (ASECCT)

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