Steve Schwartz, PhD, LP

Steve Schwartz, PhD, LP – Ann Arbor (Arlington)


Services:
Adolescents, Adults, Seniors, ADD/ADHD, Aging, Anger, Adjustment Issues, Adult Psychiatry, Anxiety/Panic/Phobia, Behavioral Problems, Chronic Pain and Illness, Depression, Divorce Recovery, Grief and Loss, Life Transitions, Marital Counseling, Men’s Issues, Military/Veteran’s Issues, Mood Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, PTSD, Self-Control/Impulse Issues, Self-Esteem Issues, Stress Management, Trauma and Abuse

Biography:
Dr. Schwartz is a fully licensed Clinical (Medical) Psychologist with significant theoretical and practical expertise in (Cognitive) Behavioral Psychology, Medicine, Learning Theory, Positive Psychology, Behavioral Economics, and Clinical Trials. He has authored numerous trade and peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and other pieces on a variety of topics in health, health care delivery and behavior change. Further he has presented research papers, therapy workshops and seminars at both national and international conferences for 20+ years. Dr. Schwartz earned his doctorate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995 with specialized training in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. He also received a master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from the College of William & Mary in 1985. Past grant activities have included funding by the NIH, Michigan Department of Community Health, and the Ford Foundation.

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