Lisa St. Laurent is an adjunct faculty in the Behavioral Sciences program at Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies. Lisa's professional interests and clinical skills include treatment of traumatic stress, assessment and treatment of victims of abuse, and working with people diagnosed with major mental illness.
Lisa is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a member of the Massachusetts Mental Health Counselor's Association. Lisa is currently working in private practice in New Bedford, MA where her clinical focus is the treatment of traumatic stress, working with individuals, couples and families. She is also a clinical supervisor to licensed clinicians in private practice and community mental health settings. Lisa also provides trainings to a variety of community human service agencies on the assessment and treatment of sexual abuse and parenting children affected by trauma.
Lisa holds a BA from UMASS Dartmouth and an MA from Rhode Island College in Counseling Psychology.
EducationMaster of Arts from Rhode Island College (1990)
Lisa is a private practice clinician in New Bedford, MA, treating individuals, families and couples. Lisa's professional interests and clinical skills include treatment of traumatic stress, assessment and treatment of victims of abuse and treatment of individuals with major mental illness.
Lisa has over thirty years of experience in mental health, having worked in a multitude of community mental health settings including public schools, residential facilities, crisis centers and community mental health centers, serving as clinician, clinical supervisor and program supervisor.