Lisa Settles, PsyD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Clinical Psychologist, LSU-UMC Pediatric Clinic, Lafayette, LA
PUT Supervisor, Early Childhood Supports and Services
NCAST Instructor, Louisiana Nurse Family Partnership
Consultant, OCS Visit Coaching
Training Collaborator, Translational Training Initiative
Education and Training:
University of Indianapolis 2001 M.A. Psychology
University of Indianapolis 2003 Psy.D. Clinical Psychology
Tulane University School of Medicine 7/02 - 6/03 Psychology Internship
Tulane University School of Medicine 7/03 - 6/04 Post-Doctoral Fellow - Infant and Child Psychology
Years at Tulane:
The main focus of my clinical work is on the treatment of children under the age of six with a variety of emotional, relational, and developmental problems. One of my primary clinical interest is in the diagnosis and treatment of Pervasive Developmental Disorders. My current position allows for collaboration with schools and other agencies to do community training on important issues related to Infant Mental Health. My primary role in training includes providing didactics and supervision in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).
Settles, L.D. (2009). Psoitive Behavior Supports: Classroom Management Techniques. Presentation to St. Martinville Parish School Board Early education Program Providers.
Zeanah, C.H., Smyke, A.T., and Settles, L.D. (2006). Orphanages as a developmental context for early childhood development. In K. McCartney and D. Phillips (Eds.) The Blackwell Handbook of Early Childhood Development. USA : Blackwell Publishing.
Zeanah, C.H., Keyes, A., and Settles, L. (2003). Attachment relationship experiences and childhood psychopathology. In J.A. King, C.F. Ferris, and I.I. Lederhendler (Eds.) Roots of Mental Illness in Children. New York : New York Academy of Sciences.
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