Lisa Black, Ph.D., BCN, QEEG-D

Dr. Black’s clinical experience spans a broad range of symptoms from severe dysfunction to non-optimal function, including Autistic Spectrum, ADD and hyperactivity, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, chronic pain, PTSD, depression, anxiety, developmental delays and disorders, incontinence and many other symptoms that affect well-being.

Licensed Psychologist in the state of Oklahoma

Board Certified in Neurofeedback, Fellow

Practicing Neurofeedback since 1999

Received Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology with a specialty focus in Behavioral Medicine from the University of North Texas

Received Masters in Psychology with an emphasis in Neuropsychology from the University of North Texas

Received B.A. Summa Cum Laude in Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas with focused research in the areas of neural network modeling and attachment

Dr. Black’s achievements are heavily dependent on wonderful support and encouragement from family, friends and mentors. Especially,

Colleagues: Alicia Townsend, Tonya Calloway, Tiffany Barnes, Richard Davis, Robert Lawson, and Rick Kinnerly

Mentors: Eugenia Bodenhamer-Davis, Ph.D., Jonathan Walker, M.D., William Hudspeth, Ph.D., Jay Gunkelman, Ph.D., Sherene McGee, R.N., Tom Collura, Ph.D., William Ruwe, Ph.D., Leigh Ann Buttros, Ph.D., Jane Kurek, Ph.D., Ernest Harrell, Ph.D., Richard Golden, Ph.D., and Ann Minnett, Ph.D.