Lisa H. Lollar, PsyD, CMPC
Dr. Lollar is currently meeting with patients in person and/or via video conference, using doxy.me, a HIPAA compliant, web-based video service. Dr. Lollar has used video therapy effectively for years, treating athletes and artists who travel regularly.
We are all feeling the impact of Coronavirus.
You may be suffering from feelings of anxiety, depression, or the uncertainty that comes from interruptions in work, school, and social activities. Therapy can help develop emotional resilience, coping skills, and help develop or restore the routines of everyday life.
About Dr. Lollar
Dr. Lollar is a licensed psychologist specializing in sport psychology, psychology for performing artists, and the psychology of retiring athletes and artists. She also treats depression, anxiety, issues related to life transitions, relationship difficulties, and overcoming the effects of trauma.
Dr. Lollar has been practicing in Denver for over twenty years. A Doctor of Clinical Psychology, she’s a member of the American Psychological Association and its Division of Exercise and Sport Psychology, a member of the Colorado Psychological Association, and a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC). Dr. Lollar has taught and supervised students in the Sport and Performance Psychology program at the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
To obtain her CMPC, Dr. Lollar received extensive training and education in both sport sciences and psychology and receved private instruction from the head psychologist of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). Dr. Lollar has worked with Olympians, professional and college athletes, and elite amateurs ranging in age from adolescents to senior adults. Learn more…
Dr. Lollar works with performing artists to reduce performance anxiety and improve concentration and focus. She has worked with a variety of performers: classical musicians, touring musicians, actors, dancers and comedians. Dr. Lollar has designed individualized programs to help hundreds of performers enhance their performances and overcome anxiety. Learn more…
Effective therapy takes place when client and psychotherapist interact comfortably, creating a positive atmosphere of mutual respect. Dr. Lollar practices client-centered therapy. Together the client and therapist work to explore the past, address current concerns and determine the best path to achieve the client’s goals. Learn more…
How Do We Begin?
We start with a phone conversation to discuss your reasons for seeking therapy, followed by an appointment to meet in person for about an hour to explore your needs and goals in more detail. If we decide to proceed with the therapeutic process, we’ll use the next few sessions to set goals and to determine whether short-term or long-term therapy is most beneficial.