Lisa is a Master’s level associate who completed her degree in Clinical and Counselling Psychology at the Adler Graduate Professional School in Toronto. Her approach to therapy is from an integrative lens and a client-centered orientation stemming from an empathic, trauma-informed, anti-oppressive, strengths-based approach. Lisa’s clinical work involves evidence-based treatment modalities such as cognitive-behavioral, dialectical-behavioral, acceptance and commitment, and mindfulness.
From an empathic and non-judgemental stance, Lisa aims to support clients and meet them where they are at while working collaboratively to support their goals through lasting therapeutic change.
Lisa is trained to work with adolescents and adults experiencing a variety of presenting issues including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, depression, work-related challenges, and interpersonal difficulties. Lisa is also trained in Exposure Response Prevention for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorders relating to contamination, religiosity, harm, perfectionism, uncertainty and sexuality. Additionally, Lisa’s practice is diverse and inclusive; she welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, cultures, sexual orientations, and abilities.