Lisa sees clients in Building 1 (360 N. Oak St.)
Playful. Sensitive. Dedicated. Wise.
Dr. Lisa Wooley received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University. She has served on the faculty at Grace College as an Associate Professor in the School of Behavioral Science before becoming full time as a Psychologist in our practice. She previously worked for the Bowen Center for 15 years in the capacity of Psychologist, County Director and Training Director of the Pre-Doctoral Training Program. She has previously worked at the Bethesda Sexual Abuse Treatment Center, MidWest Adolescent Inpatient Facility, the VA, Moore Child Guidance Center and the Baylor Counseling Center. She has been trained in Parent Child Interactional Therapy (PCIT), EMDR, play therapy, adult, child and adolescent therapy, sexual abuse, anxiety, trauma, depression and attachment disorders. Lisa spends most of her time with her husband and their 3 children. Her personal interests include reading, photography, pottery and swimming. Lisa enjoys working with patients of all ages, from children to geriatric.
Special Considerations and Specialties:
EMDR, PCIT, play therapy, trauma, sexual abuse, attachment, ADHD, anxiety, depression;
Lisa is available to do Court ordered Evaluations and Psychological Assessments on a limited basis
To schedule an appointment contact our Care Connectors at 260-244-0264