Dr. Lisa Palmer

Psychotherapist / Host

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NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES
 
Newsmax TV “Opiod Crisis and Politics” 7/25/17
LIVE from FSS “1-Hour Interview with Dr. Palmer About  Mental Health” 7/6/17
Newsmax TV “ACA and Mental Health Care” 5/20/17
Newsmax TV “FBI Translator Goes Rogue and Marries Terrorist” 5/2017
Cheddar TV "Body Positive Apps for Self Esteem and Body Image" 3/30/17
SKY TV Pan-Euro "Unhappiness in America" 3/20/17
FOX News DC "Perspectives on ACA and Health Care Crisis" 3/7/17
OANN "Trump and the Social Psychology of Protests" 3/2017
Crime Watch Daily "Psychology of a Con Artist" 11/16
America Trends with Gina Loudon "Politics and Health- Clinton Controversies" 9/16
RT America "Depression in America on Rise" 9/16
RT America "Political Psychology of Election 2016" 8/16
CBSN "Men on Tinder Have Low Self-Esteem" 8/16
Dr. Drew Show "Twisted Twins" 6/16
Studio D Show " Celebrity Addictions and Prince's Death" 5/16
Newsmax "Trump/Clinton Controversies" 5/16
Newsmax "Election Panel Discussion" 5/16
Newsmax "Suicide Increase and Hopelessness in America" 5/16
Fox Business News "Suicide Increase in US" 5/16
Newsmax "Increased Deaths in Middle aged White People" 11/15
Newsmax "Religious Perspectives on LIVE TV Exorcism" 11/15
Newsmax "Psychology of GOP Debate" 8/15
Newsmax "NBC Cutting Ties with Donald Trump" 7/15
Newsmax "Was SC Shooter Racist" 6/15
Newsmax "Ebola Anxiety in US" 10/14
WPTV Channel 5 Reporter 2001-2003
WSPA/WNEG TV Host and Reporter 2000-2001
CNN Editorial Assistant/Weekend Writer 2000-2001
LI News Tonight TV Reporter 2000
Former White House Radio Reporter Intern for Press Secretary’s Office 1999
ABC The View Assistant 1999
ABC NY Local  "NY Non-Stop" Intern 1998
Miss Vermont USA/Miss USA Contestant/CBS 1997
 
NATIONAL AND LOCAL RADIO APPEARANCES
 
FOX WTRC South Bend, IN 2/17
FOX KURV McAllen, TX 2/17
FOX WSJX Champaign, IL 2/17
FOX WTKS Savannah, GA 2/17
FOX KOGO San Diego, CA 2/17
FOX WDRC Hartford, CT 2/17
FOX WSJK Champaign, IL 1/17
FOX KTGO Tioga, ND 1/17
FOX WRVA Richmond, VA 1/17
FOX KOGO San Diego, CA 1/17
Cosmopolitan Magazine "Happy Hour Podcast" 11/16
The Blaze "Buck Sexton Show"  6/16
Podcast One "My Two Cents with Bill Engvall" 6/116
"America Now with Meghan McCain" 6/16
FOX Radio "Vipp Jaswall Show" 2016
"Sid Rosenberg Show" 9/15
ESPN Radio with Josh Cohen Show 2015
"Renew Your Life" Weekly 1-Hour Radio Show with Dr. Lisa Palmer 2009-2012
 
MAGAZINES AND ARTICLES
 
Huffington Post Interview “Men and Suicide Rates” Not-yet published 6/17
Sex Expert Shares Therapies that Helped Her Heal from Sexual Abuse, by Lindsay Carlton, Fox News Health, http://www.foxnews.com/health/2016/11/16/sex-expert-shares-therapies-that-helped-her-heal-from-sexual-abuse.html
“Murder Defendant Casey Anthony and Her Multiple Personalities” by Diane Dimond, The Daily Beast
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/05/18/murder-defendant-casey-anthonys-multiple-personalities.html
“A Weighty Issue: The Line Between Healthy Eating and Obsession Is Razor Thin,” by Cheryl Kane Heimlich http://issuu.com/bocaratonobserver/docs/boca_raton_observer_jan_2011/53?e=0
 “Diet Secrets: Black Women Quietly Suffer from Eating Disorders, Too,” Upscale Magazine
 “Crossing the Color Lines: The Face of Eating Disorders,” Washington Woman Magazine
Palmer, L.C. (2016). Coping with Onset Depression and Eating Disorders in Late Life. Eating Disorder Hope. https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/blog/coping-with-onset-depression-and-eating-disorders-in-mid-life
Palmer, L.C. Book endorsement for Cutts, S. (2009). Beating Ana: How to outsmart your eating disorder and take back your life. Health Communications: Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications.
Palmer, L.C. Book review for Zerbe, K. J. (2008). Integrated treatment of eating disorders: Beyond the body betrayed. New York: W.W. Norton. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.
Palmer, L.C. (2008). Drive to self-starvation: Qualitative Exploration of Narratives amongst eating disordered immigrant women to the U.S. Dissertation Abstracts International 69(03). (UMI No. 3306724)
Palmer, L. (2008). Crossing the color line: Emerging realities about eating disorders and treatment with women of color. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 19(4), 21-41.
Rambo, A., Monnay, F., Mello, N., Palmer, L. (2008). Uncharted waters: Working with recent immigrant families. Family Therapy Magazine, 16-18.
Marriage and Family Therapy Career Guide: Doing Well While Doing Good (Book interview)
 
LECTURES AND SUMMITS
 
Functional Medicine and Healing from Trauma and Addictions. Interview with Celebrity Fitness Guru Doug Capporino for RTR 2017.
Men and Relationships Online Summit with Dr. Erica Goodstone 2017. 
Holistic Healing in Treatment Discussion with Dr. Erica Goodstone 2016.
“Confidently Beautiful” Women of Influence Lecture at Miss USA 2013. 
“From the Bedroom to the Boardroom: How to Establish Better Rapport in Relationships” Keynote Speaker for Signature Alumni, Nova Southeastern University, February 2011.
“Diversity Issues in Eating Disorders” Wellness Week and Eating Disorder Awareness, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, March 2009.
“Addictions and Eating Disorders” Nova Southeastern University, February 2009.
“Evaluating use of Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research Practices” Nova Southeastern University, May 2008.
“Exploring Research Methodologies: Introduction to Recursive Frame Analysis and Grounded Theory” Nova Southeastern University, Florida, March 2008.
“Eating Disorder Treatment: Health Consequences and Clinical Issues,” Nova Southeastern University, Florida, February 2008.
“What Works in Eating Disorder Treatment: Systemically Based Therapy in a Hospital Setting,” Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, February 2008.
“How to Pass Qualifying Exams the First Time,” Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, October 2007.
“Eating Disorder Research, Treatment, and Critical Issues,” Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, March 2006.
“Eating Disorder Myths: Prevention, Treatment and Critical Issues,” Nova Southeastern University, Florida, February 2006.
 
EDUCATION 
 
Nova Southeastern University, PhD Marriage and Family Therapy  2008
Nova Southeastern University, MS Marriage and Family Therapy 2004
New York University, BS Journalism and Sociology 1999
University of Vermont, Pre-Medicine and Philosophy 1994-1997 
The Wheeler School, Providence, RI 1994
 
PSYCHOTHERAPY AND TEACHING CAREER
 
The Renew Center of Florida, Program and Clinical Director, 2007-Current
Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University, 2009-2011
Hollywood Pavilion Hospital, Founder and Clinical Director of Eating Disorder Program, 2006-2009
Milestones in Recovery Eating Disorder Program, Primary Therapist, 2005-2006
Renfrew Center of Florida, Eating Disorder Treatment Therapist, 2004-2006
The Atrium Family Center, Counselor, 2004-2006
Brief Therapy Institute, Counselor, 2002-2006
 
ADDITIONAL CREDENTIALS & HISTORY
 
Licensed in Florida and New York State
AAMFT Approved Supervisor and Clinical Member 
Certified Rapid Reduction Technique Therapist for the Treatment of PTSD  
Florida State Approved Supervisor for the Training and Licensing of Mental Health Counselors
Eating Disorder/Addictions/PTSD and Trauma Specialist
Certified in Hypnotherapy 
Trained in Mediation 
White House Radio Reporter for Press Secretary’s Office 1998
Miss Vermont USA 1997
 
 
Leading Psychotherapist, Dr. Lisa C. Palmer is a Nationally and Internationally known psychotherapist and wellness guru and Director of The Renew Center of Florida. Dr. Palmer appears regularly on Network Television and Radio shows such as on FOX, RT America, CNN, CBSN, The Blaze, Cheddar TV, OANN, SKY TV, Newsmax, and has also appeared on syndicated shows such as Dr. Drew and Crime Watch Daily. She previously hosted her own local radio show, and discusses a wide variety of topics related to health and wellness, current events, criminal and political psychology, relationships, millennial topics, and lifestyle.
 
Licensed in both Florida and New York, Dr. Palmer combines psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and functional medicine to create customized intensive treatment programs for many individuals and families of high profile and nationally ranked athletes, models, entrepreneurs, actors, and noted musical artists suffering from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction, PTSD, and other concerns. 
 
Dr. Palmer is licensed in marriage and family therapy; certified in hypnotherapy; trained in mediation; a certified therapist in rapid reduction technique for trauma and PTSD; a Supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Florida State Approved Supervisor. She has served as an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University, and serves on the Advisory Board at South University. She is Past President of The Palm Beach Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Palmer’s advanced dissertation research study focused on understanding the rationales for the drives to self-starvation amongst anorexic immigrant women to the U.S. Her articles have appeared in national professional journals and magazines.
 
Dr. Palmer’s extensive and varied experience in the arts, media, and politics throughout her lifetime has made her an informed and attractive therapist and coach to many high profile clients in show biz and in the public eye. Prior to counseling, Dr. Palmer was also a former television news reporter, White House Intern for the Radio Division of the Press Secretary’s Office, and former Miss Vermont USA who competed at the nationally televised controversial pageant owned by Donald Trump. 
 
Dr. Palmer’s mantra is “Balance is Possible”. She believes that the key to happiness is leading a balanced life. She enjoys an active and healthy lifestyle and puts her heart and soul into her life’s work. 
 
 


Dr. Lisa Palmer

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