Lisa L. Oglesby, PhD, MSCP, DBSM

Licensed Clinical Psychologist credentialled with the National Register of Psychologists. Practice focuses on adult neurocognitive assessment combined with therapeutic and behavioral health interventions within a neurology medical clinic focusing individuals with Multiple Sclerosis from Knoxville and the surrounding area.

Dr. Oglesby received a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2006. Internship and post-doctoral training at Cherokee Health Systems focused on integrated medicine as well as traditional therapy. Specialized training in diagnosing and understanding neurodegenerative disorders was provided through an association with Cole Neuroscience Center at University of Tennessee Medical Center. Since becoming an independent practitioner, she has continued her career development by obtaining a Post-doctoral Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology at Fairleigh Dickinson University and passed the Psychopharmacology Exam for Psychologists in 2010. With specialized training and certification in behavioral sleep medicine, Dr. Oglesby is a Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and integrates tenets of health-promoting behavioral sleep medicine in her daily practice. Viewing community support and service a priority, she is a Red Cross Disaster Mental Health volunteer and has participated in several local and regional disaster events. Building on her own military experience, she obtained additional Red Cross training to become a Military Reconnection Facilitator to lead workshops for the armed forces and their families. Dr. Oglesby is a member of Knoxville Area Psychological Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and Society of Sleep Behavioral Medicine and has served in the past on the boards of the Tennessee Psychological Association and Appalachian Psychoanalytic Society. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Oglesby practiced as a licensed physical therapist and obtained a doctoral degree in Exercise Science and Physiology.