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Dr. Lisa Rocchio

Psychotherapy

Lisa M. Rocchio, Ph.D. & Associates, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary mental-health practice providing psychotherapy to adults, children, couples and families. Since 1997, Dr. Lisa Rocchio and a dedicated staff of experienced, licensed clinicians have offered professional outpatient mental health services to help clients improve their quality of life, health, relationships and interpersonal skills. Clinicians work collaboratively with clients to develop personalized strategies and solutions uniquely suited to their individual needs. They balance an active, problem-solving approach with an emphasis on the societal and familial context of a person’s distress.

How We Can Help

Our licensed clinicians can assist people with a variety of problems including:

  • Psychological Trauma
  • Complex Trauma and Dissociation
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Grief and Loss
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Depression
  • Relationship Difficulties, Separation and Divorce Adjustment
  • Coping with Chronic Illness, Physical Injury, or Disability
  • Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues
  • Work-Related Difficulties
  • Eating Disorders and Body Image Dissatisfaction
  • Parenting, Family, and School Issues
  • Life Transitions
  • Women’s Mental Health

Forensic Practice

Dr. Rocchio is available to provide legal consultation and expert witness services to attorneys around mental health issues in general or those specifically relating to traumatic stress and dissociation, intimate partner violence, rape and sexual assault, victimization, discrimination, and harassment. The focus may be generic (e.g., typically expected effects of sexual harassment or victimization) and/or specific (e.g., the particular dynamics relevant in a given legal case). She has conducted forensic evaluations of plaintiffs in civil litigation and of defendants in criminal matters, and consults in matters of both criminal defense and prosecution.


The majority of Dr. Rocchio’s involvement in forensic practice stems from cases where some form of trauma, abuse, or violence has a direct bearing on the criminal charges or civil litigation at hand. However, Dr. Rocchio has also provided attorney consultation in order to assist the attorney with understanding the mental status of the defendant at the time of the alleged offense.