Dr. Lisa Orban

Psychological therapy and consultancy

At desk with Clyde Final

About Me

Lisa Orban, PhD, MSEd, MA is a chartered clinical psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a registered practitioner clinical psychologist with the Health Professions Council (UK). Dr. Orban has consulted for a private group practice in Central London since relocating from New York City in early 2009, and has worked in a partnership with her clients to address a wide variety of problems, from work-related stress to chronic and enduring mental health issues.

Dr. Orban has undertaken extensive graduate training in the United States. She obtained a Master’s degree at the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s and Doctorate degree from Hofstra University in New York. Before locating to London, she practiced as a licensed clinical psychologist and researcher in New York City.

Dr. Orban has had many years of clinical experience with individuals, families, couples and groups across diverse hospital and clinical settings, including the New York University School of Medicine and the State University of New York Downstate Hospital. She has gained clinical and research expertise in HIV and sexual health issues, and has published several academic research manuscripts.

Dr. Orban is also a BPS trained and registered media consultant. She has contributed to a number of widely distributed publications, such as Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Bella and Fabulous magazines. She has also made several on-air appearances, including on BBC, ITV, Al Jazeera English, Animal Planet, and has consulted for reality TV.

In addition to her professional activities, Dr. Orban has extensive involvement in a number of volunteer endeavors. She served on the executive board of Sisterhood Mobilized for AIDS/HIV Research and Treatment (SMART, Inc), an executive committee for amfAR, and has consulted for MAC AIDS Fund. She currently assists with event planning for the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Dr. Orban is a highly skilled practitioner and is passionate about her clinical, volunteer and media interests.