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About Lisa B. Smith

Lisa B. Smith, Psy.D. is an instructor in the Psychology department of the College of Arts and Sciences at Sacred Heart University. She is a clinical psychologist with extensive training in health psychology. Dr. Smith has worked with treating women with eating disorders and is interested in women's issues as well as health promotion and prevention. She received a grant from Sacred Heart University College of Health Professions for her work on prevention and education of eating disorders in college students. Dr. Smith is active in the both the Psychology Department and University community, acting as a freshman academic advisor for the College of Arts and Sciences, committee member serving as the social media liaison for Master of Science in Applied Psychology program and co-leader Community and Social Justice, Living Learning Community. She has previously taught at Touro College and Argosy University.


September 2014 - Present Instructor Psychology, Sacred Heart University Psychology Department, College of Arts & Sciences
2011 - 2014 Clinical Psychologist, CHE Psychological Services
January 2008 - July 2011 Adjunct Professor, Touro College


2015 - 2016 An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Prevention and Education of Eating Disorders in College Students.
College of Health Professions, Sacred Heart University
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2012 - Present Member, Lower Fairfield County Regional Action Council
2000 - Present Member, American Psychological Association
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2000 - 2006 Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
1996 - 2000 B.A. Psychology, Binghamton University--SUNY

Contact Information

Psychology Department
College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Building HC 219O