Are you feeling overwhelmed by difficult challenges and transitions in your life? Are you angry, depressed, anxious, stuck in unhealthy relationships or self-defeating behaviors? Do you long to make the changes necessary to feel a sense of purpose and fulfillment?
Welcome to a New Beginning
You really can start again!
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with adult ADD/ADHD or PTSD, or you are dealing with other kinds of traumatic experience, you can learn to overcome the negative emotions and thoughts that keep you from a more satisfying, purposeful life. You may be surprised at the progress you make through your own insights and observations!
As seen in Leisure Life (August 2016)
How Will Therapy Help Me?
A thoughtful program of therapy can heal the mind and release the physiological impact of traumatic experience.
In an atmosphere of acceptance, careful listening and caring, you and I can identify areas of difficulty and find solutions to deal with them.
I invite you to unpack your emotional baggage and leave it in my office! You can accept and like yourself. Explore your emotions, moods and thoughts, modify your behaviors and set realistic goals.
Your therapies will be designed according to your unique history and circumstances. They may include cognitive therapies and body-based trauma healing, including guided imagery, meditation and BrainSpotting.
We All Need Someone Objective to Talk To
Emphasis is placed on healing the mind and releasing physiological impacts triggered by disturbing experiences, emotions or thoughts. You have the insight, intelligence and intuition you need to be the person you would like to be — Let me help you make the most of your inner resources.
BrainSpotting: It’s Never Too Late to Change!
I use Brainspotting a powerful, effective therapy that accesses the deeper parts of your brain to bring about change organically, at the physiological level. BrainSpotting has the capability to get to the source of traumas and release them from those areas in our brain and body so that we feel, act and react in healthy ways. Change typically occurs in subtle but noticeable ways.
I feel like I’ve been walking around with my eyes closed…I’m seeing the world for the first time…I feel liberated.
Lisa, BrainSpotting client