Meena Lambha, PhD, joined Marcus Autism Center in 2015. As a clinical child psychologist, Dr. Lambha conducts diagnostic evaluations with children referred with signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Dr. Lambha completed her undergraduate training at the University of Georgia and earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Auburn University. She completed an internship at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Marcus Autism Center and Emory University School of Medicine. She briefly worked in private practice before returning to Marcus Autism Center.
As a part of the assessment and diagnosis team at Marcus Autism Center, she conducts psychological assessments for families participating in various research studies, as well as children receiving diagnostic services for concerns related to autism. She also provides parent training services through the Research Units in Behavioral Intervention (RUBI) parent training program for children with autism presenting with behavioral difficulties.
- Beacham, C., Reid, M., Bradshaw, J., Lambha, M ., Evans, L., Gillespie, S., Klaiman, C., & Richardson, S. (2018). Screening for autism spectrum disorder: Profiles of children who are missed. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 39 (9), 673-682.