Dr. Martin Lemon’s work emphasizes the discovery and honoring of one’s authentic emotional self, and the implications of such discovery for his or her physical health, relationships with others, and spirituality.
Dr. Lemon is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned his doctorate from Texas Tech University and interned at Northwestern University Medical School. After licensure, he obtained advanced training in the treatment of couples and families from the Family Institute of Northwestern University.
For more than twenty years, Dr. Lemon has been helping adolescents, adults, couples, families, and older adults with mood, anxiety, trauma-related, and eating disorders. He has trained in the Internal Family Systems model and the Somatic Experiencing model for addressing psychological trauma. Dr. Lemon is also trained and certified in the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) - a cutting-edge model for addressing attachment, relational and developmental trauma. Dr. Lemon is currently completing advanced training with Dr. Laurence Heller, author of Healing Developmental Trauma.
He has a special interest in the psychology of men in mid-life and makes presentations on research illuminating the ways men are facing new emotional challenges today. Additionally, he provides clinical supervision to Postdoctoral Fellows. Dr. Lemon has published research in the philosophy of the social sciences, the history of psychopathology, and schizophrenia.
Dr. Lemon accepts insurance and is a Medicare provider and a Blue Cross/Blue Shield preferred provider.