Lisa Roethling, LPC, LAT, ACS

Education:

B.S. University of Wyoming, Psychology
M.S. University of Wyoming, Clinical Counseling
Ph.D. Capella University, Counselor Education & Supervision (currently completing)

Licensure/Certifications: Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addictions Therapist, and Approved Clinical Supervisor
Counseling Specialty: Substance Abuse, LGBTQ+, Grief & Loss, Eating Disorders

Biography:

Ms. Roethling has served as the Director of Counseling since 2019. Before working at The Hill School, she was the worldwide director of clinical services for Army-DODEA Adolescent Support and Counseling Services. This program was in seven countries plus Hawaii and covered 19 schools. Ms. Roethling came to Hill to build a clinical counseling model in a school setting that includes individual, family, and group counseling, as well as crisis intervention, and short-term group therapy for students. She is passionate about her work with students and enjoys opportunities to consult on various mental health topics whenever possible. Ms. Roethling also enjoys teaching and providing training on several issues impacting adolescent development. Her specialty areas in counseling include treating teenage anxiety and depression, substance abuse, and working with the LGBTQ+ community. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addictions Therapist, and Approved Clinical Supervisor with 18 years of experience working in residential and school-based settings.

Ms. Roethling lives on The Hill campus with her husband Marco, 6-year-old son Parker, and two rescue dogs. She loves running, hiking, and traveling anywhere and everywhere for new food experiences.