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Michael J. Lambert, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology and holds the Susa Young Gates University Professorship at Brigham Young University.

He has been in private practice as a psychotherapist throughout his career. His research spans 40 years and has emphasized psychotherapy outcome, process, and the measurement of change.

His current program of research focuses on reducing treatment failure and non response through the use of advanced statistical methods and computer applications.


He was the recipient of the Distinguished Career Research award by The Society of Psychotherapy Research for his lifetime contributions to research and professional practice.

Preceded by:
John Clarkin
Society for Psychotherapy Research

Succeeded by:
Erhard Mergenthaler



He has edited, authored, or co-authored 9 academic research-based books, and 50 book chapters, while publishing over 150 scientific articles on treatment outcome.

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