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Meet Our Team of Psychologist, Neurotherapist and Support Staff

William A. Lambos, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist, Founder, President and Owner

William A. Lambos, Ph.D.  is a licensed Psychologist and the Founder, President and Owner of ABF Behavioral Health. Dr, Lambos holds postdoctoral certifications in clinical neuropsychology and cognitive behavioral psychology, He is Board Certified neurofeedback therapy and quantitative brain analysis. He does extensive forensic assessments, and has appeared in both criminal and civil courts many dozens of times.   Click here for a full Biography.

Susan Kelley, Ph.

Phentermine Drug Interactions

Getting fatter may look as a simple and quickly event but remember that when the bodyweight is obtained and a person gets a appearance of an overweight, it is rarely very easy to lose the sense to be an overweight knowning that excess weight from your entire body. Most people who are overweighed are certainly not simply because they would like to be an over weight man or woman but because of there misshaped life style. They will do not have sufficient time to get a great look towards them. They do not pay a lot attention in the direction of exactly what are they having, when is it having, how are they ingesting. For that reason form of out of control lifestyle when of half a year approximately, they commences looking like an over weight and that is the time every time a individual starts recognizing his problems and decides to bum out over them. Then enhances the challenge to lose weight. Appointment is conducted on great deal about the ways to shed weight.

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Clinical Supervisor, EMDR Specialist

Dr. Kelley is an emeritus professor of rehabilitation and mental health, University of South Florida, and a consultant/clinical supervisor to ABF Behavioral Health registered counseling interns. She is a specialist in the treatment of trauma and psychogenic non-epileptic episodes and has authored many articles concerning those and related topics.

Diane Lambos, M.S., Sp.Ed.

Learning Disabilities Specialist

Diane has extensive experience and passion for working with children with disabilities. She worked for many years as a teacher of autism in a public exceptional student education center. Diane has a BS in Computer Science and an MA in Special Education. She holds a State of Florida Department of Education Professional Educator’s Teacher’s Certificate for Elementary Education Grades K-6 with the following endorsements:

  • Severe or Profound Disabilities
  • Exceptional Student Education Grades K-12
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

Inspired by the success she saw that neurotherapy had on children with disabilities she retired from teaching and joined the ABF team as the Learning Disabilities Specialist. She also supervises the administrative support staff and accounting department.

Celena Heine, M.S., RMHCI (Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student)


Celena started working at ABF Behavioral Health to pursue her passion of brain functioning and helping people with addiction and mental health issues. She obtained a B.A. in psychology at Argosy University, Tampa then a M.S. in addiction counseling with Capella University. Celena has had experience in a residential substance abuse and mental health treatment facility, as well as private practice working with children, adolescents, couples and families. She has her certification in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a current Doctoral candidate in Psychology with Capella University as well. In addition, Celena is working toward licensure to become a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), as well as certified addiction professional (CAP). She has always been fascinated with the brain, how it works, and the field of neuropsychology. Now she is able to combine her passion of counseling and helping others become the best they can be along with brain functioning and how it affects behavior.