Lisa Schirmer

Licensed Psychologist

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Locations

Southwest Clinic
4211 Parkway Place, Suite 100
Grandville, MI 49418

Patient Ages

  • Adult

Dr. Schirmer is a licensed psychologist who has over 30 years of experience working with diverse populations in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient clinics, employee assistance programs, hospitals, intensive outpatient programs and partial hospital programs. She received her M.Ed. in Counseling from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University.

Dr. Schirmer believes that empowering relationships are central to healing and recovery. Her clinical orientation is rooted in cognitive behavior theory and therapies. Dr. Schirmer’s areas of interest include working with clients experiencing life transitions, work stress and interpersonal conflict; as well as those struggling with depression, anxiety, living with a chronic mental illness, suicidality, and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

Dr. Schirmer has published and presented on topics related to adult attachment style and work stress, relationship based care, substance use and co-occurring disorders, group therapy, brief interventions and resilience.

Lisa Schirmer participates in the Diversity Collective.

Specialties

Treatment

Testing & Assessment

Articles

Bullying Prevention: What to Know

Bullying Prevention: What to Know

Bullying prevention is perhaps more important than ever in today’s digital era, where cyberbullying in particular is a major source of stress for kids and parents as well as school administrators . Bullying in all its forms should be taken...

Depression at College: Tips for Parents, Friends and Roommates

Depression at College: Tips for Parents, Friends and Roommates

College can be an exciting time, however it does come with significant and abrupt changes to daily life and routine. Some students settle in just fine after an initial adjustment period, while others may struggle with acclimating to their new...

Recognizing the Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Recognizing the Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a treatable serious mental illness. It can affect a person’s thoughts, feelings, mood and overall functioning. Formerly known as manic-depression, bipolar disorder is marked by dramatic shifts in mood, energy and activity...

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