Lisa Fyffe joined the CSU Occupational Therapy Department as an Assistant Professor in the fall of 2012. She graduated Cum Laude from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in May of 1999 and earned her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in August 2006.
Lisa has extensive clinical experience in pediatrics, working in both primary and secondary education, outpatient pediatric therapy, in-home private pediatric practice and in a Neonate Intensive Care Unit. Her primary clinical focus centered on the needs of children affected by mental illness, sensory processing disorder, feeding difficulties and foster care placement.
Lisa has also worked with older adults in acute care, outpatient and rehab settings, with experience working with adults affected by orthopedic, neurological and cognitive impairments.
Lisa is currently partnering with the CSU Early Childhood Center to develop an understanding of the distinct value of occupational therapy for typically developing children within an early childhood setting.
Lisa teaches Professional Decision Making and Occupational Performance: Infancy-Childhood courses during the fall semester. During the spring she teaches Occupational Performance: Adult to Old Age.