Lisa M Brownstone
Assistant Professor of the Practice
What I doDr. Brownstone is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in Counseling Psychology. They spend their time teaching emerging counselors and psychology trainees about psychotherapy, and directing the Bodies Eating and Emotions (BEE) Lab, a team that does scholarship and activism related to disordered eating as a social justice issue (http://portfolio.du.edu/beelab).
Disordered Eating, Body Distress, LGBTQ+ Health, Anti-Stigma, weight stigma, trauma, Counseling Psychology, Multicultural Counseling
Dr. Brownstone (she/they) completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill followed by her predoctoral clinical internship at Denver VA Medical Center and postdoctoral fellowship at Eating Disorder Care (EDCare) of Denver. Her areas of clinical and research specialization include disordered eating and body distress, LGBTQ+ health, anti-stigma, and trauma. Dr. Brownstone identifies as a social justice advocate psychologist and is passionate about non-value neutral practice. Outside of work, Dr. Brownstone plays fiddle and guitar, and loves spending time with her wife and fluffy dog.
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017
- MA, Clinical Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013
- BA, Psychology, University of Chicago, 2010
Licensure / Accreditations
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist
- American Psychological Association
- American Counseling Association