Lisa earned a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University. She enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. Her own journey has included personal and family experiences with chronic illness, and she understands how such a diagnosis can change relational dynamics.
Lisa acknowledges that adapting to life with a chronic illness is a journey that requires patience and courage to manage the changing physical, emotional, relational and often spiritual challenges. Lisa believes in the human capacity for resilience and recovery and her therapeutic approach is to instill hope in her clients. She is passionate about working alongside individuals and their caretakers focused on embracing new meaning and purpose in life after a medical diagnosis of a chronic disease. Lisa understands and can empathize with the range of emotions that arise with such a diagnosis.
While working with individuals and families adjusting to medical illness, grief and loss, life transitions and relational issues, Lisa provides a warm, compassionate and nonjudgmental approach as she is fully present with your physical and emotional pain. Lisa will work collaboratively to identify your inner strengths and to find the skills and behaviors you will need to embark on a new path. She will help you transform your current struggles into bridges for healing, peace and connection. Lisa welcomes the opportunity to work with you toward proactive wellness and positive mental, emotional and physical balance.
If you would like more information about working with Lisa, please fill out the contact form. Please note, Lisa is often in sessions throughout the day, and cannot return your call or email immediately, but she will make every effort to get back to you within 24 hours.
Address: 8575 West 110th Street, Suite 225, Overland Park, KS 66210
Business Hours: 11a-8:00pm M-F