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Lyse De Bourguignon

Clinical Instructor


Clinical Instructor


Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health – Carrboro

Education and Training:

BA, Spanish, Connecticut College
MSW, Social Work, Smith College School of Social Work

Summary Statement:

Lyse de Bourguignon, MSW, LCSW, is a clinical social worker who has been with the OASIS team since May 2006. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College in Hispanic Studies and her Master’s of Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, MA. Lyse’s professional experience includes working with children and families with emotional and behavioral disorders in a residential setting. Lyse’s graduate training involved providing individual and group therapy and home visits to elementary and high school students in Albuquerque, New Mexico and providing individual, group and couples therapy at UCLA’s Eating Disorder Inpatient Unit and Spanish Speaking Psychosocial Clinic. Lyse speaks French and Spanish fluently and Russian with a lot of help. Lyse’s primary responsibilities at OASIS include therapy, clinical case management and assertive outreach.

Lyse DeBourguignon