Kent State University
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Connecticut Valley Hospital
Dr. Lingswiler began her career in 1985 at the William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich, Connecticut and then served as the Assistant Director of Clinical Training for Connecticut Valley Hospital's Psychology Internship Program. She joined the Residency Program in 1998, and became the Director of Behavioral Science in 2006. Her residency program teaching focuses on the biopsychosocial dimensions of medical care. She leads our Behavioral Health Track.
Dr. Lingswiler also maintains a private practice located in Middletown.
What I like best about working at Middlesex...
Working here offers me the unique opportunity to be part of a multidisciplinary teaching team.
My favorite thing to do with residents is...
I particularly enjoy video viewing residents while they provide care to patients. Offering feedback on the doctor-patient relationship as well as the behavioral aspects of care is very rewarding to me.
What I do for fun...
When the weather is nice you will find me working in my garden. I enjoy opportunities to travel with my husband and adult children.