When we work together, my therapy services will help you process the issues connected to your struggles so you can move forward. Together, we can heal anything from the past that’s hindering you so you can enjoy life more.
My services also offer ways to learn new skills–how to help yourself feel better while getting the tools to navigate your relationships better. I use a variety of modalities in my services to accomplish this depending on your needs and interest. All services are effective and backed by research!
Finding a mental health therapist in your area can sometimes be difficult, especially during today’s global pandemic. To help you access the support you need from the comfort of your couch, I provide accessible, secure and confidential online therapy and online counseling for clients located in California.
Parenting & Family Therapy
Parenting is exhilarating and exhausting. Whether you’re facing sleep problems, tantrums or behavioral issues, being a parent is not easy. I specialize in working with parents in addressing their own mind-body needs as well as their children’s.
Today’s workplaces are experiencing exponential rates of change. Organizations need support to help them thrive. I partner with business leaders to address internal development, crisis management, and general wellbeing goals through my workplace wellness consultation services.
Anxiety & Stress Therapy
Feeling pent up and anxious feels plain awful. You long to feel calm and grounded but it’s eluded you somehow. Letting your anxiety and stress keep getting the best of you is not the answer. Therapy is highly effective at treating anxiety, and your path to a more peaceful tomorrow can begin today.
Depression Therapy & Body Mind Therapy
Feeling down or depressed can be so draining. Learn about Lisa’s approach to treating depression symptoms. She also offers therapy to address your needs from a body-mind perspective. Reconnect with yourself, and tap into your innate body mind connection through one-on-one psychotherapy.
Highly Sensitive People
How do you know if you are a highly sensitive person (HSP)? Of course, during the Coronavirus pandemic everyone may feel they are more sensitive than usual or on edge, but if you take a look at yourself in ordinary times, what do you notice about yourself? Therapy that specifically addresses your uniquely sensitive disposition will help you feel seen and result in better counseling outcomes.
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How do you approach your practice?
I want my clients to feel safe, so they can be seen, heard and felt in a healthy therapeutic environment. Most of us have had to hide, ignore and tuck away our true essence, our vitality, our liveliness, so that we could be loved, tolerated, and accepted by our family members and caregivers.
They didn’t know how to love us for who we are because they were lacking the skills to do it. This is not to blame anyone, but to help take responsibility for what is, and understand the story of your past, so you can heal and thrive!
With help and support, it is possible to change and feel good about yourself. When we feel good about ourselves, we’re empowered. Our outlook on the future is brighter and we feel enlivened—it’s exciting to get out of bed in the morning, and look forward to each day.
How do I know if I should start therapy now?
It may never feel like the “right” time to start therapy. And knowing that, I ask you to think about how your life would be different if you didn’t have this issue that is bothering you?
What if I don’t want to talk about the past?
You don’t have to dredge up your trauma or your past. It’s about exploring the felt sense that currently lives in your body and how it’s affecting you today.
What happens if I become overly dependent on therapy?
Developing a healthy dependency with your therapist can help you work through interpersonal and relational issues and does not necessarily mean you will become overly dependent. In fact, the quality of the therapeutic relationship is indicative of the kind of change and transformation that can occur for you.