Dr. Kelsey Lisle is a Florida and New York State licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of children and adolescents.
Dr. Lisle received her Masters (MSEd) in School Psychology, as well as her Doctorate (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology from Pace University, in New York City. Dr. Lisle has completed extensive therapeutic and neuropsychological assessment training at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic, NYU Langone Hassenfeld Children's Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine- Kennedy Krieger Institute, AHRC New York City, the McShane Center for Psychological Services and the New Jersey School District.
Dr. Lisle completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Pediatric Assessment Learning and Support (PALS), a private neuropsychological assessment practice in Manhattan, New York.
Dr. Lisle's research interests include the social stigma associated with learning disabilities, therapeutic assessment feedback, early interventions for Dyslexia, self-advocacy skills, disabilities in the workplace, parents of children with learning and behavioral challenges, and self-esteem. She has held numerous panel discussions in New York City, including Merrill Lynch's Disability Conference, Everyone Reading Conference on Dyslexia and Related Learning Disabilities, Hoboken's Anti Bullying Workshop and New Jersey's Early Childhood Program. She has also authored an article in the British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioral Science, titled "Does the presence of a learning disability elicit a stigmatization".