Lisa describes her approach as diverse with a tendency toward humanistic views focusing on perseverance, growth, and healing. In addition, Lisa focuses on an authentic connection and unconditional acceptance, helping those struggling to let go of guilt, shame, and pain. She uses a holistic model with multiple methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
Lisa’s specialty areas include working with individuals struggling with eating disorders, self-esteem and self-identity issues, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and trauma.
Lisa loves connecting with people and watching them find themselves and thrive. Her favorite affirmation is, “This is tough. You’re tougher.”