William Lyman Camp, Ph.D.

William Lyman Camp

Title: Clinical Psychologist
Company: Private Practice
Location: Marinette, Wisconsin, United States

William Lyman Camp, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist at a Private Practice, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychology.

Utilizing more than 55 years of industry experience, Dr. Camp is a renowned psychologist whose work in the field has been unmatched, setting a precedent for prospective psychologists to follow. Serving in a private practice in Marinette, WI, since 1970, he also acts as a clinical psychologist for the Marinette County Unified Services Board/Community Mental Health Clinic since 1981. Prior to founding his own private facility, he served the academic community as an assistant and associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville between 1968 and 1981. During this time, he was also the director of the University Counseling and Testing Center at the university from 1969 to 1975. Earlier in his career, he was involved with multiple secondary schools, including Webb High School, Platteville High School and Elgin Public Schools beginning in 1959.

Alongside his primary career endeavors, Dr. Camp has been a lecturer at the Northern Michigan University Extension and the University of Wisconsin, having also served as a consultant for the Michigan and Wisconsin Bureaus of Social Security Disability Insurance since 1982. In the past, he was an instructor of psychology at Elgin Community College, a consultant at Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Michigan, and an extension lecturer of child guidance at the Bradley University Graduate School. He has further remained active in a number of civic affairs, including charitable causes and nonprofit organizations.

Highly educated, Dr. Camp holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He subsequently completed postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago and the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Wisconsin. He has been a licensed psychologist in the state of Wisconsin since 1970.

In an effort to remain abreast of recent developments within the industry, Dr. Camp has maintained affiliation with the American Association of University Professors, the American Psychological Association and the Wisconsin Psychological Association, among myriad others. A contributor of articles to professional journals, he has authored “America’s Education Press” with his late wife Mildred Bell Cavanaugh, “The Guide to Periodicals in Education and its Academic Disciplines” in two editions, and “Our Children in a Changing World.”

In recognition of his significant contributions to the field of psychology, Dr. Camp was honored by the Wisconsin Psychological Association with a citation on April 5, 2013, which reads: “For outstanding contributions to the Wisconsin Psychological Association. … We thank you for being a model of thoughtful professionalism, dedication and vitality to your colleagues and for the next generation of psychologists in our state.” In addition, he was elected to the American Men or Science and his biography appears in the International Scholars Directory.

Throughout his career, Dr. Camp has been inspired and guided by a number of mentors, which include the following: Carl Rogers, Ph.D.; Rudolph Dreikurs, MD; Richard Lee, MD; Joseph Volpe, MD; and William Sewell, Ph.D. Having worked with or studied under these pioneers of thought, Dr. Camp was greatly influenced by their innovations in the field.

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