Lisa M. Sandlund, Psy.D., L.C.S.W.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology
On Faculty since 2016

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Education

Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College, IL, 2009
Dissertation: Sandlund, Lisa (2009). Cultural Differences in Maternal Socialization Goals: A Study of Anglo-American Evangelical Mothers.

Master of Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College, Wheaton Illinois,2004

Master of Social Work, Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois, 1998

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois, 1992

Specialized Training

Yale University, New Haven, CT Child Study Center Autism Program -10th Annual Summer Institute on Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2011

Licensure

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Illinois
ILDPR# 071.008481 (active) 2012 to present

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Illinois
ILDPR# 149.012405 (active) 2007 to present

About Lisa M. Sandlund

Dr. Sandlund is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with expertise in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents in a variety of clinical environments including the pediatric medical setting, inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, community mental health, and private practice. She emphasizes a collaborative, child-centered approach to support the growth and full potentiation of children and adolescents. Dr. Sandlund has a special interest in diagnostic assessment and clinical service provision related to developmental disorders.

Professional Associations

  • American Psychological Association
  • Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (Division 53)

Professional Presentations

Sandlund, Lisa (March 20, 2016). Self-Care. Presented to the Masterpiece Moms Group, First Baptist Church of Geneva, Geneva, IL.

Sandlund, Lisa (April, 2013). Theory of Mind and Social Communication. Presented to the Autism Spectrum Disorder Parent Support Group, The Prairie Clinic, Family Mental Health and Developmental Disorders. Geneva, Illinois.

Sandlund, Lisa. (May, 2007). Anxiety Disorders and Treatment Implications in Children and Adolescents. Presented to the clinical medical staff of Fox Valley Women & Children's Health Partners. St. Charles, Illinois.

Sandlund, Lisa. (March, 2005). Symptoms of Depression in Children. Presented to the families and staff of the Three Rivers Head Start. St. Charles, Illinois.

Sandlund, Lisa. (October, 2002). Trauma Treatment Modalities. Presentation at the Midwest Fall Conference of the National Association of Christian Child and Family Agencies and the National Association of Christian Social Workers. Naperville, Illinois.

Sandlund, Lisa. (January, 2002). Attachment Theory and Treatment Implications. Presented to the Individual and Family Therapists of The Evangelical Child and Family Agency, Wheaton, Illinois.

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