Lisa’s hope in providing counseling is to create a compassionate, non-judgmental space that helps clients start to have the life they want to be living. Lisa has experience treating anxiety, depression, trauma, eating and body image concerns, relationship difficulties, and stress management. In addition, as a clinical substance abuse counselor, her approach is to help individuals reduce the impact of drugs and alcohol in their lives. She has also received training in the CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) model that trains family and friends self-protection and non-confrontational skills to help their loved one who are struggling with substance use. She has been trained in Brainspotting Level 1 and 2 and teaches relaxation skills and nutrition to help manage mood. Lisa has been a therapist since 2006 and primarily sees adults on an individual basis in the Madison office.
Anxiety, depression, alcohol and other drug use, trauma, eating and body image concerns, stress and relationship difficulties, grief and other transitions