When our expectations are not met, we worry about what should be, as opposed to working with what is. Life can be overwhelming, anxiety provoking and demanding. Lisa understands the challenges that are coupled with being an adult, parent, and in a relationship. Lisa’s approach is interactive; she is committed to helping individuals improve their quality of life and becoming the best versions of themselves. Through a collaborative psychotherapeutic process, Lisa will help you learn concrete ways to improve your mental health and achieve happiness.
While Lisa works with a multitude of issues, she specializes in couples/marriage counseling and treating individuals that deal with depression and anxiety. Together, she can help you learn how to reconcile with the past and achieve happiness. Lisa will assist you with gaining the tools and respectful space to attain insight and coping mechanisms, which will persevere past your time in therapy.
Lisa is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which is an evidence-based form of psychotherapy, during which clients and therapists works as a team to identify and solve problems. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a scientifically tested form of psychotherapy that is effective for many different disorders and problems. CBT is a solution-focused approach to treatment, oriented toward solving problems and learning skills.
Lisa has worked with individuals and groups for over seven years to help them achieve their full potential. She is fluent in French and Hebrew. Lisa is a graduate of Boston University and the Silberman School of Social Work.