About Kathryn Lawson
Kathryn Lawson, PhD is a clinical psychologist in Peachtree City, Georgia, specializing in the treatment of trauma/PTSD, grief, anxiety and depression among older adolescents and adults. Before transitioning to private practice, she worked for the Bureau of Prisons for 10 years. During that time, she also worked as an adjunct faculty member at a small college, teaching diverse groups of nontraditional students. Her private practice, teaching, and government service have all been guided by a commitment to reaching underserved populations. Dr. Lawson is passionate about issues of stigma and inclusion and how these impact individuals affected by mental illness.
Articles by Kathryn Lawson:
- Helpers Who Hurt
22 Apr 2018
- 3 Ways Self-Destructive Behaviors are Misrepresented as Tough
15 Apr 2018
- Schizophrenia as Plot Device: Inherently Stigmatizing?
08 Apr 2018
- Fictional explorations of school shootings and mental health
01 Apr 2018
- Bulimia in Fiction
23 Mar 2018
- Passion and Pathology: Happy Endings for Characters with Mental Illness
15 Mar 2018