Welcome! I’m Lisa
I am a licensed Somatic Experiencing psychotherapist, integrative coach, and author. I’m about simple yet impactful mind-body-spirit guidance to help you make lasting change – in your personal and professional life. I invite you to talk to me one-on-one, take my newest online course, or read through my book and blog for inspiration. My mission is to help you thrive in a life you love.
Regarding Our Children
My online course for parents and educators, Regarding Our Children, is now on-demand! Get instant access to all nine powerful lessons + workbook and special offer for only ROC participants! Check it out.
Embody Your Full Potential & Joy.
Ready to thrive in a life you love?
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the noise in daily life. But when you have the supportive space to skillfully listen within and honor what you hear – that’s when the magic happens. Imagine having an expert guide alongside you so you don’t have to go at it alone. I’ll help you get clear, awaken your joy, and restore your vibrancy so you live and lead with an embodied sense of authenticity, presence, and purpose.
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I am a licensed (MA, LCSW-C, SEP) Somatic Experiencing® psychotherapist, integrative coach, and spiritual author/poet. I write about the sacred in the ordinary. I teach embodied mindfulness and compassion. I work with clients who are ready to get clear and inspired to thrive in a life they love. I will help you figure out what that means to you and how to get there.
My areas of expertise are: mindfulness, compassion, body-centered trauma healing, and present parenting. I weave together spiritual direction and authentic leadership development beyond the typical career coaching. In short, I combine my areas of my expertise in a “whole person” approach so you thrive in your personal and professional life.
Questions? Ready to Get Started?
I offer a free 30-minute consultation call so potential clients can ask questions and get a sense of our work together before diving in. It gives me a chance to get to know you and learn how I can best support you, too, which I find leads to a strong first session. It's a great, low-risk way to get started.