Sharon Lamb| nationality = American | ethnicity = | fields = Psychology | workplaces = University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Education and Human Development | alma_mater = Harvard Graduate School of Education | known_for = Professor of counseling and school psychology | awards = Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR) Health Professional Book Award | spouse = Paul Orgel | children = 2 sons }} Sharon Lamb (born September 11, 1955), is an American professor in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston's, College of Education and Human Development, and a fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA). She also sits on the editorial board of the academic journals ''Feminism & Psychology,'' and ''Sexualization, Media, and Society''.
Lamb is one of the authors of the APA's report into the sexualization of girls, which according to an article on ''Women and Hollywood'' is "the most downloaded document in the history of the APA’s website". She is also a co-author for the APA's Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women.
Sharon Lamb also practices psychology in Shelburne Vermont where she performs evaluations for the courts, attachment evaluations and custody evaluations, and sees private therapy clients. Provided by Wikipedia