Montgomery earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Psychology at Wayne State. Her Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Psychology was earned from Eastern Michigan University and was conferred December 1985. Her doctoral training was completed in December of 1992 at Wayne State University where she earned her degree in Clinical Psychology, with a minor in Industrial Organization psychology. Her research specializations are in the area of community and health psychology. Clinical training at Wayne State university included Neuropsychology at the Detroit Rehabilitation Institute, Forensic Psychology at the Oakland County Juvenile Court; and supervision of clinical training at Wayne State University Psychology Clinic. Internship training completed at Lafayette Clinic in Detroit, Michigan in September 1992. She is a Fully Licensed Clinical Psychologist with specializations in geriatric psychology, forensic psychology, neuropsychology, stress management, behavior management, psychological assessment, diagnosis, and the treatment of mental illness in children, adults, and seniors.
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