Brownstone, Lisa, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice

Department of Counseling Psychology
Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice

303-871-7666, KRH-253

Dr. Brownstone (she, her, hers pronouns) 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. She stayed on at EDCare of Denver as a licensed psychologist until August 2019, and served as their Binge Eating Disorder Track Coordinator. Her areas of clinical and research specialization include disordered eating and body distress, trauma, stigma, couple therapy, emotion processing, and qualitative approaches. She has piloted and presented on clinical interventions that aim to dismantle internalized weight stigma, and is interested in further developing anti-stigma interventions. 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 family and fluffy dogs.

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