Specialties: Anxiety, Health and Wellness Coaching, Women's Issues
Camille Laudicina is a licensed clinical psychologist and is board certified in clinical health psychology. She completed a one year internship at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System and a two year fellowship in health psychology and medical education through Michigan State University. Dr. Laudicina returned to her hometown of Billings, Montana in 2008 as the Director of Behavioral Sciences for RiverStone Health and the Montana Family Medicine Residency. For six years she worked as part of an integrated primary care team working side-by-side with physicians managing chronic illness, depression, anxiety, pain management, lifestyle change, sleep disorders, and wellness groups. She joined HRC in 2014 and offers individual adult therapy.
I have a deep appreciation for holistic approaches in therapy as well as in my own personal self-care. I believe the balance of mind, body, and spiritual wellness is essential to health and personal growth. Health is more than the absence of illness and is defined uniquely by each person. Being allowed to be part of a patient’s journey is a true honor as a therapist.
I find my personal balance in yoga, meditation, horseback riding, reading, gardening, mindfulness, cooking, biking, music, and walking my Golden Retriever Lu.
Certifications and Associations:
Board Certified in Clinical Health Psychology
Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health – University of Massachusetts
American Board of Professional Psychology
Division 38 Health Psychology of the APA
American Psychological Association (APA)
Provider Location(s): Chapel Hill, Telehealth/Video Therapy
Insurance: Blue Cross Blue Shield (not including Blue Local or BCBS HMO Policies) and State Health Plan, Self-Pay