Dr. Lisa Townsend is a licensed clinical Psychologist that focuses on clinical neuropsychology.
Populations served include the following:
•SCS spinal cord stimulator trial
Her interests include neuro performance. She is dedicated much of her practice to military, sports, and Parkinson's disease.
She has an office in Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
In her free time she enjoys running.
Dr. Lisa Marie Townsend's Videos
Education and Training
PsyD at Colorado School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Lisa Marie Townsend's Expert Contributions
Some cognitive behavioral therapy might be of help! You can find many of these online for free. Try to journal your thoughts and feelings as well. Maintain a “coach” attitude. Stay positive and work through the anxiety with assistance from a trusted source. You will succeed if you stick with it. READ MORE
Hi! Anyone can experience symptoms. Because of what you do in the professional setting, you might have more stress that can also contribute to depression. You may want to have a counselor you can check in with as needed. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Local Speaking For Jean Taylor Parkinson's Disease -
Professional Society Memberships
- Movement Disorder Society
What do you attribute your success to?
- The art and science of understanding the human brain. The great people over the years who inspired her, and the new treatments that will be coming out in the future.
Hobbies / Sports
Favorite professional publications
- Journal of Neuropsychology
Dr. Lisa Marie Townsend's Practice location
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Get to know Clinical Psychologist Dr. Lisa Marie Townsend, who serves patients in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Dr. Townsend is a licensed clinical psychologist who is currently serving patients at her private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her areas of expertise include memory care, neuropsychology, and traumatic brain injury.
She is a member of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society, a professional society of clinicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals who are interested in movement disorders.
Throughout her academic career, Dr. Townsend earned her Doctor of Psychology degree from the Colorado School of Professional Psychology. She attributes her success to the art and science of understanding the human brain, the great people who have inspired her over the years, and the new treatments that will be coming out in the future.
Clinical psychology is an integration of science, theory, and clinical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically-based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal development. Clinical psychologists meet with clients to identify problems, emotional, mental and behavioral, in their lives. Through observation, interviews, and tests, the clinical psychologist will diagnose any existing or potential disorders.
On a more personal note, Dr. Townsend enjoys running in her spare time. Her favorite professional publication is the Journal of Neuropsychology.
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There will be difficult moments while raising a child with autism that a parent will find hard to deal with. However, there are certain situations that can be resolved with patience and knowledge of autism and how it can affect someone. By understanding what the child is feeling when they are...
- The Problem of Late Diagnosis for Girls with Autism
More and more research continues to show that females with autism are getting the short end of the stick. Autism has frequently been thought of as a disorder that affects mostly boys. As it turns out this way of thinking is leaving many girls underdiagnosed and stuck in the shadows. Every year more...
- Boy with Autism Finds Companionship in Apple's Siri
It can be a difficult world to make friends in, especially for children with autism. However, a young boy named Gus was able to find companionship in an unlikely place - Apple's virtual assistance platform, Siri.Discovering SiriGus's mother began to notice that Siri was becoming her son's best...
- What is Binge Eating Disorder (BED)?
Binge Eating Disorder, which is abbreviated as BED is an eating condition which is marked with recurring periods of quickly eating too much food, thus making one feel uncomfortable. A person with this condition lacks self-control during the binge episodes and afterwards feels ashamed, distressed and...
- Unique Social Clubs for Women On the Spectrum
For people with autism, social activities can be both difficult and stressful. This can often lead to avoidance of such situations, which in turn leads to isolation. As humans are social beings, lack of interaction with other people can leave many feeling depressed.For one young woman with autism,...
- How Poetry Enables Children with Autism to Educate Others
It can be very difficult for children with autism to be understood by their classmates and peers, but recently some have been turning to poetry.Jadon's PoemCandace Thompson recently submitted a poem by her son Jadon, who is 11 years old and on the autism spectrum. When asked what inspired him to...
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