Dr. Lainie Epstein, LP CAADC, earned a BFA in film, photography, and visual arts from Ithaca College in 1999. Returning to school, she received her MA in Humanistic and Clinical Psychology from the Center for Humanistic Studies in 2005. After practicing in clinic and hospital settings for over 5 years, she returned to the Michigan School for Professional Psychology and earned her doctorate in 2014 in Clinical Psychology.
She specializes in:
alcohol and drug addiction
relationship to body and fatness
Dr. Lainie has an accepting and non-judgmental disposition, and is interested and involved in social justice action. Her hobbies include playing cover songs on bass, singing karaoke, and being in bands with friends, who describe her as honest and outspoken.