Lisa is a recognized subject matter expert on authorization and informed consent for anatomical donation having lectured within recovery organizations across the U.S. and overseas and has served as an expert witness/consultant in over a dozen cases for litigation of invalid consent.

Lisa is a sought after workshop and retreat facilitator and has been a featured presenter at over 100 scientific and professional conferences in the U.S., U.K., Middle East and the Czech Republic. 

Lisa is a trained mediator and has served as an Adjunct Instructor in the Graduate Thanatology program at Hood College, Frederick, Maryland.  She is also the founder of Ingeni, LLC Consulting an affiliate of Koden Consulting Services, that focuses on changing unwanted outcomes and behaviors, conflict and communication issues within business environments using Appreciative Inquiry and VIA Character Strengths Development modalities.

Lisa Dinhofer, MA, CT is The Crisis Tamer. She works with subject matter and circumstances most people turn away from. Lisa mentors companies past traumatic events, workplace abuse and disastrous communications to regain stability, build resilience and establish a new normal. Lisa was an employee at the World Trade Center during the 1993 bombing and was still working in NYC during 9/11. She draws from those first hand experiences of trauma in the workplace and lessons learned from other workplace tragedies.

Lisa is a certified Thanatologist, trained counselor and communication expert with over 18 years of professional experience training, consulting, coaching and speaking on effective messaging and situational management for: traumatic or unexpected loss, workplace bullying and sexual harassment, difficult conversations and unintended outcomes, chronic conflict and performance development within high intensity front-line occupations and business environments.

301-366-7944   Lisa@kodenllc.com

Koden Consulting Services, LLC

​Frederick, MD


​Meet Lisa Dinhofer

Lisa has extensive experience working with child abuse and pediatric homicide from a background in anatomical donation and as a medical examiner liaison. She frequently provides training and emergency debriefing following high impact cases for Child Protective agencies and their collaborative law enforcement and prosecutorial divisions.

Lisa is experienced working within graphic settings for a diverse client base including: healthcare, anatomical donation, social work and mental health; law enforcement, attorneys, child welfare agencies, security/risk management & business continuity, emergency response preparedness, forensic, mortuary, clergy, Call Centers and corporate professionals. Lisa has participated in functional exercises for mass fatality events with DHS and county health departments for Family Assistance Center preparedness planning.

In personal settings, Lisa provides 1:1 and group coaching for addressing grief, stress, trauma and managing the on-going challenges of having a loved one on the Autism spectrum and other developmental disorders.