Dr. Lisa M. Doupe is a Primary Care Mental Health Professional with a special interest in Forensic Psychotherapy. Since 2008, Dr. Doupe has worked in collaboration with other forensic psychiatrists, psychologists, and probation and parole officers, in order to offer clients hope to change theirhigh risk behaviors.
The development of PWR’s program parallels the new understanding of mental illness based on developmental neuroscience, attachment theory and arousal regulation theory. The focus of treatment has shifted from treating a diagnosis to treating the person in his environment.
Dr. Doupe has ten years of experience working with Correctional Services of Canada as a Methadone provider in the community. She was also the Medical Director of General Motors of Canada. In that capacity, she headed up the joint GM Canadian Auto-Workers Substance Abuse Program.
As part of therapy, family support has been identified as a key to success. In 2012 and 2013, Dr. Doupe was the featured guest with Dr. Gordon Atherley’s Family Caregivers Unite on the Voice America radio station. She was featured on the following episodes: Voice for Family Caregivers in the Mental Health System (2012) and Autonomy for Persons with Psychosis Related Illnesses and Their Family Caregivers (2013).
In 2012, Dr. Doupe was invited to present before the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services of Toronto.
For more information on Dr. Doupe’s background, qualifications, and experience, please click here to view her complete CV.
For more information on the history of PWR Health Consultants and Dr. Doupe’s previous work, click here.