A native of Carencro, Louisiana, Dr. Elizabeth Lown received a bachelor’s degree
in psychology, with a minor in biology, from Southeastern University in Hammond,
Louisiana. After the completion of her bachelor’s degree, Elizabeth worked primarily
with children diagnosed with autism and other developmental disorders using Applied
Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. She went on to earn a master’s degree and a
Doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Elizabeth completed a post-doctoral position at the Orleans Parish School Board in
New Orleans, Louisiana, as part of her doctoral requirements. Elizabeth then moved
to Baton Rouge, where she worked for the West Baton Rouge Parish school system
for 3 years.
Elizabeth has experience in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents
with behavioral and/or academic concerns. She provides a variety of psychological
evaluations and school-based assessments. She typically works with families and their
children who have one or more of the following diagnoses/concerns: autism spectrum
disorder, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity
disorder, intellectual disabilities, oppositional/defiant behavior, aggression, gifted, and
learning and academic problems. Elizabeth has provided professional development
training and consultation to school faculty members and families.