Lisa Randall is a Licensed Master Social Worker who enjoys connecting with her clients and helping them to see themselves from a new perspective. She sees clients with a large range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, and addiction. She counsels adults, teens, and children, male and female; and offers family counseling designed to increase mutual understanding and unity within the family.
Lisa has a keen and genuine interest in people and their ‘’stories.” She believes that within each person lies a powerful, resilient spirit regardless of life’s circumstances. She helps clients to see that self- awareness and self-compassion are important elements in the healing process.
In addition to traditional therapeutic techniques including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Client centered therapy, Lisa incorporates mindfulness, relaxation techniques, and inner child work in her practice.
Lisa also facilitates self-discovery groups for women to help identify issues and to increase in self-awareness, as well as foster connection and empathy among group members.
Lisa is a compassionate and non-judgmental therapist who sees herself not as the expert, but as the observer. By empowering clients to be in charge of their lives, Lisa finds that clients learn coping skills for dealing not only with current crises, but future stress as well.