Lisa J. Black, PsyD

Dr. Black earned her doctorate in clinical psychology, with a specialization in integrative psychology, from Alliant International University, San Diego. She is board certified in both biofeedback (BCB) and neurofeedback (BCN).

Dr. Black completed her post-doctoral training at the University of San Diego where she was a recipient of UC San Diego Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program (FISP), which provided grant support for her pioneering work to develop and implement neurofeedback services into UC San Diego Health’s family medicine program.

Dr. Black has continued her work at UCSD as the lead therapist for biofeedback and neurofeedback services. She is also a psychologist with UC San Diego Health’s sports medicine concussion clinic, where her role is to assess and identify the best mental health treatment options for sport and non-sport concussion-related injuries.

Dr. Black’s approach to care is through collaboration. She believes the best care comes from an integrative setting where each person’s unique needs can be addressed. This multidisciplinary approach to care helps her identify the most effective treatment options for mental health and neurological related challenges.

We are happy to have Dr. Black as a consultant for our neurofeedback services. Her years of expertise with this modality will help us offer an additional treatment option and perspective.

Publications

Lorenz, A. and Black, L. (2021 in press). Thriving. Connections in the Clinic: Relational
Narratives from Team-Based Primary Care. Switzerland, AG: Springer Nature
Black, L. (2019, July 9). Understanding the Basics of Student Loans & Repayment
Options. Retrieved from https://www.mheducation.com/highered/ideas/ money-management/understanding-the-basics-of-student-loans-repayment-options.
Black, L., Hickman, S., Madero, J., and Khadmi, M. (2016) Implementation of Neurofeedback into a Collaborative Primary Care System (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest.
Black, L. (2015). Psychology in a Dynamic World Teacher’s Manual 2nd ed. Boston, MA: Pearson Education.
Black, L. (2013). Psychology in a Dynamic World Teacher’s Manual. Boston, MA: Pearson Education.
Roesch, S. C., Aldridge, A. A., Stocking, S. N., Villodas, F, Leung, Q. K., Bartley, C. E., & Black, L.J., (2010). Multilevel factor analysis and structural equation modeling of daily diary coping data: Modeling trait and state variation. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 45, 767-789.

Presentations

Black, L., Fiorella, M., Sannidhi, D., Mnatzaganian, C., Novotny, R.W., Chuk, C. (2020, Oct.). Integration of Behavioral Health into Primary Care (IBHPC): Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Clinic Serving High Healthcare Utilizers. Presented at Collaborative Health Care Association conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Lorenz, A. and Black, L. (2019, Oct.). Positive Psychology: A Useful Addition to the Comprehensive Care Toolbox. Presented at New York State College Health Association and New England College Health Association combined conference, Saratoga Springs, NY.
Sieber. W., Kallenberg, G., Sudano, L., Seifert, K., Black, L. (2018, Oct.). Dynamic Evolution of Integrated Behavioral Health: Developing Data Management Systems for Continuous Quality Improvement CFHA Rochester, NY.
Black, L. (2017, March). Implementation of Neurofeedback into the Primary Care Setting. Presented at Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback conference, Chicago, IL.
Black, L. (2016, Oct.) Implementation of Neurofeedback into the Primary Care Setting. Presented at Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program symposium, San Diego, CA.
Black, L. (2015, Oct.) Implementation of Neurofeedback into the Primary Care Setting. Presented at Collaborative Health Care Association conference, Washington D.C.
Black, L., Leung, Q.K., Gonzales, N., & Roesch, S.C. (2008, April). Acculturation as a protective factor in the stress and coping process.
Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Western
Psychological Association, Irvine, CA.
Leung, G.K., Black, L.J., Gonzalez, N., & Roesch, S.C. (2008, April).
Daily coping and adjustment: Within and between ethnic variation. Paper
presented at the Annual Convention of the Western Psychological
Association, Irvine, CA.

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