Lauren Golla, PSYD
Dr. Lauren Golla is a licensed clinical psychologist and adult provider specializing in rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology. One of her main clinical interests is supporting individuals and their families post injury and or new onset disability. She commonly works with individuals who have sustained traumatic or acquired brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, or individuals who have complex medical or neurological disorders in an effort to maximize daily function and quality of life. Currently, she provides rehabilitation psychology treatment via telehealth modalities only, with limited capacity. Referrals to Dr. Golla are often made from within the clinic following neuropsychological assessment; however, community referrals will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine appropriate fit for telehealth treatment.
Dr. Golla has developed the knowledge and skills to serve in her current role through years of education and training. Here is some of her advanced training experience:
Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Michigan
Post-doctoral Fellowship in Rehabilitation Psychology
Missouri Health Sciences Psychology Consortium, Columbia, Missouri
Pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Missouri, Department of Health Psychology
University or Hartford, Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology, West Hartford, Connecticut
Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology
Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology
University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy
Following academic training and a two-year fellowship, Dr. Golla joined the faculty at Hurley Medical Center from 2019-2021 where she provided diverse clinical services and supervision for the adult postdoctoral rehabilitation psychology fellow. She modified her position to a contracted health service provider with ANPPS in September 2021 to provide telehealth services to a community and patient population she remains passionate about working with and ensuring access to specialty care.