Chief Clinical Leadership Team – QA & Compliance
Lisa Lind, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist and Chief Clinical Leadership Team Member for Deer Oaks. Dr. Lind obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from University of North Texas, She joined Deer Oaks in 2008 after co-owning a geriatric-focused private practice that included outpatient and nursing home based neuropsychological and psychological services. She was trained in neuropsychology and geriatric psychology in her doctoral program and completed a neuropsychology internship and post doc at the North Texas VA Healthcare System in Dallas, TX. Dr. Lind has also held the position of Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Division of Trauma and Disaster Psychiatry, at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. She has published more than a dozen research articles in peer-reviewed journals on topics including death anxiety, elder abuse, assessment, trauma, measuring the use and cost of care, and spinal cord injury. In 2013, she was a co-recipient of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Licht Award, which recognizes excellence in scientific writing in the area of rehabilitation medicine. She currently provides psychological assessment, neuropsychological assessment, consultation, and counseling services to residents in nursing/rehab and assisted living settings, focusing on a wide range of counseling concerns, including grief and loss, end of life issues, depression, anxiety, psychosis, trauma, terminal illness, failure to thrive, non-compliance issues, and behavioral/emotional sequelae of dementia. Dr. Lind is responsible for the management and supervision of clinical services and staff in the Dallas and North East TX region. Lisa serves on the Chief Clinical Leadership Team and provides direction and leadership to quality assurance and compliance related matters. She is also the HIPAA officer for the company.
“My favorite part of working on the Deer Oaks Team is being able to witness the beneficial impact of psychological interventions being provided by exceptionally skilled and caring clinicians.”
– Lisa Lind, Ph.D.