Lisa Liu

Lisa Liu | Assistant Professor

  • California School of Professional Psychology

  • Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
  • Los Angeles Campus

Research Interests

Diversity and multicultural issues; ethnic minority mental health; adjustment of immigrant children and families; impact of family and cultural context on psychopathology; racial/ethnic identity development; evidence-based treatments with diverse populations; Asian American mental health

Biography

Lisa Liu, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Clinical PsyD program at California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles (CSPP-LA), Alliant International University. She is currently the faculty coordinator of the Multicultural Community Clinical Psychology Emphasis at CSPP-LA. Dr. Liu received her doctorate in clinical psychology from University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to teaching at CSPP, Dr. Liu worked in community mental health and university counseling settings providing mental health services and outreach to diverse communities. Dr. Liu also served as a consultant and trainer to therapists working in community mental health agencies in Los Angeles as part of an initiative to help disseminate evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy for depression. Dr. Liu's research and clinical interests include ethnic minority mental health; adjustment of immigrant children and families; impact of family and cultural context on psychopathology; racial/ethnic identity development; evidence-based treatments with diverse populations; multicultural competence; and Asian American mental health.

Alliant International University