Dr. Lisa J. Meier is a psychologist formerly specializing in comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and intervention and accommodation planning for individuals across the lifespan. With a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, she possesses three decades of clinical experience that she brings to her new business consulting and professional writing roles. This includes the study of prompt engineering in the use of AI for curated information on navigating disability accommodations across the lifespan.
Dr. Meier has held notable positions throughout her career. She served as the Director/Administrative Associate Professor at the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services, overseeing various aspects of the center’s operations, clinical training and clinical service programs. Furthermore, she worked as a Staff Psychologist at The Women’s Center in Vienna, VA and as a Consultant Psychologist at The Treatment and Learning Centers, where she expanded the scope of comprehensive developmental and psycho-educational evaluations while providing valuable consultation to schools, daycare centers, and families. Dr. Meier’s passion for teaching is evident in her previous roles as an adjunct and term assistant professor at George Mason University.
She has instructed a diverse range of courses, covering topics such as intellectual and cognitive assessment, diagnostic interviewing, experimental psychopathology, personality assessment, abnormal psychology, and theories of personality. Dr. Meier has also played an instrumental role in training future psychologists through supervision, seminars, and guest lectures at various institutions. Dr. Meier’s publications have addressed subjects of repetitive behavior, mental illness in individuals with intellectual disabilities, and the relationship between self-efficacy and depression. Dr. Meier remains engaged with the latest advancements and practices within the field of psychology.