Andrew Lamden

Collaborative Practice Marin

1044 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Kentfield, California 94904
United States
Office Phone: 415-454-0736
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Child Specialist, Divorce Coach, Mediation, Parenting Coordinator, Teaching
License(s): LCSW, California. LCS 11076

Professional Activities

Over 28 years experience working as a psychotherapist with teens, children, families, adults and couples. I work with individuals in counseling and psychotherapy. Specialize in work with families going through divorce as a therapist, mediator, Collaborative Divorce Coach and Child Specialist, Child Custody Evaluator, Court Appointed Special Master (recently renamed to “Parent Coordinator”), and co-parenting counselor. Previously, worked worked as a Clinician and on the School Services staff at the Center for the Family in Transition, with Drs. Judith Wallerstein and Janet Johnston. Member of Board of Directors of the Northern California Mediation Center. Previous Director of Schools Program, and clinical supervisor for Community Institute for Psychotherapy. Also provides clinical supervision for Apple Family Center, and is Clinical Consultant to A Home Within. He has developed and conducted student and parent groups in the schools, and consults to attorneys, various schools, mental health training programs, clinics, crisis and family court settings. He is also co-coordinator of the Marin Teen Mental Health Board. He is on the Clinical Faculty at Langley Porter, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, UCSF.

Undergraduate Education

University of California, Santa Cruz, B.A.
2 Majors (Double Major): Psychology and Sociology. 1975-1980

Postgraduate Education

University of California, Berkeley, M.S.W.
Emphasis: Clinical/Community Mental Health

Professional Education

Mt. Zion Hospital and Medical Center, San Francisco, CA
Dept of Psychiatry, Post-Masters Social Work Fellow. Adult, Adolescent, Child, Family psychotherapy. Emergency Psychiatric Crisis intervention. Community consultation. Inpatient Family Psychosocial Assessment.
California Society for Clinical Social Work. Completed Coursework for Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work. Did not complete dissertation.