Suzanne Lisowski, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Psychology, Clinical Program, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1981
M.A. Psychology, Indiana State University, 1975
B.A. Psychology, St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, 1973
Dr. Lisowski’s early professional experiences included positions at inpatient mental health facilities, medical hospitals, outpatient community mental health centers, and in private practice settings doing individual and group psychotherapy. An interest in assessment fostered the eventual development of her independent practice in forensic psychology, where she continues to provide evaluations concerning adult criminals, juvenile delinquents, parents and children involved in abuse and neglect, and those needing assessment for the purpose of civil commitment or guardianship proceedings.
In addition to teaching the WSPP course Ethics and Professional Issues and classes for the WSPP Forensic Sequence, Dr. Lisowski serves on dissertation committees and is a member of the Continuing Education and Information Technology committees for the school. She also serves on the Continuing Education and Professional Issues committees for the Wisconsin Psychological Association.