Learn More About Doctor Lane Wagaman
Dr. Wagaman received his EdD in counseling psychology from West Virginia University in 1975. Prior to entering full time private practice, Dr. Wagaman was employed in clinical, administrative, and consulting positions in justice, educational, and clinical healthcare organizations. Dr. Wagaman has served on several university and medical school faculties and maintains appointments as medical school faculty, medical/surgical acute care hospital staff, and rehabilitation and long-term care facility consultant.
He has been an active leader in numerous professional organization, served as a member and president of a state psychology licensing board, and maintains membership in several state and national professional organizations. Dr. Wagaman’s specific professional interests include behavioral health and behavioral medicine applications of hypnosis, teaching and supervision of hypnosis practice, pain management, management of chronic medical disorders, psychotherapy, suicide risk assessment, forensic psychological examination, assessment of dementia, and behavioral health, education, and training.
Dr. Wagaman works principally with adolescent, adult and geriatric populations.