Lisa Perna is a board-certified nurse practitioner specializing in addiction medicine and behavioral health. With nearly a decade of experience treating Michigan patients with a history of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, Lisa is highly equipped to provide high-quality, outpatient care. Her approach focuses on treating the patient holistically, which includes physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Her goal is to help patients find hope, lasting sobriety, thriving interdependent relationships, spiritual awakenings, and emotional healing. She looks forward to helping Brighton, MI men and women and anyone in the Ypsilanti, Howell, Hartland, and South Lyon areas heal from substance abuse and move toward a hopeful future.
Education and Training
Lisa graduated from the University of Michigan as a family nurse practitioner before pursuing additional training at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine. She obtained national certification as a Tobacco Treatment Specialist from the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) and Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence (ATTUD). She was been working in behavioral health since 2012 and has helped thousands of individuals break the chains of addiction, depression and anxiety. Lisa is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Specialties and Expertise
Lisa specializes in providing patient-tailored detoxifications, post-acute withdrawal management, medication-assisted treatment, tobacco cessation services, and treatments for co-occurring medical and psychological conditions. Lisa understands the emotional wounds and relational complexities that can develop as a result of a substance use disorder, and takes these factors into account when creating custom-tailored treatment plans.
"Very smooth, and thorough."
"Excellent provider. I read people very well, and she cares about her patients."
"The knowledge and attention to detail Lisa gave was unparaleled and I have seen many behavioral health doctors in the past. The time she spent with me was significant and appropriate for the first visit. We came up with a productive plan. Additionally, the efficiency and ease of use of her office forms and the telehealth provider made my total visit "transit", "wait time (which was zero)" and forms less than one hour total with almost all of that being spent with the actual doctor. Amazing experience, even better doctor. show more"
"Very helpful and knowledgeable! Would definitely recommend. Made me feel comfortable and heard."
"I was so nervous but she was amazing!"
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