Lisa Hallahan, LCSW
|Professions: Clinical Social Work|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: LCSW|
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Fees: Free 15 minute consultation; fee is $60-$100 per 50 minute session
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Hello! My name is Lisa and I'm a licensed clinical social worker. I have been working with clients, of all ages, in individual therapy for the past 10 years. I have also worked with people of various socioeconomic backgrounds, as daily stressors, challenges and hardships affect every one of us. I have worked with victims of abuse, who have experienced trauma in their lives resulting in depression, anxiety and struggling with being able to function in a healthy way in their day to day lives. I enjoy working with the client in identifying different approaches and skills that work for them, as every individual is different. I truly believe in accepting every client unconditionally and offering them the hope they need to live a fulfilling life. I have worked with clients who have mood disorders, anxiety and even people who find that life is overwhelming at times. I look forward to working together with you!
Email or Call Lisa Hallahan, LCSW at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 27860
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
The relationships that I build with people. I love meeting new people and hearing their life stories. I am amazed at the resilience and strength people have, despite people sometimes not believing it themselves. I love trying to help others and trying to help them improve their lives.
My Role as a Therapist
Many people might seek therapy because the therapist has all the answers. Although I wish this were true, I try to work with the client in figuring out with them, what the answers are to their problems or ways to cope with situations that cause distress and impairment. Many times in life, there might not be "answers" such as when we lose a loved one, but rather, needing support and strength in those times is what I try to offer, while teaching the person the skills to move toward a healthy acceptance.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Many people are ambivalent about seeking therapy due to the negative stigma society has on mental illness and mental health. However, many people themselves would really like to have someone to talk to, someone to trust and someone to accept them unconditionally. Everyone can benefit from having someone to confide in and someone to help support them in times of need. I feel that in going to therapy, you are strong and acknowledge that taking care of yourself is important. Stress alone can result in many physical health issues and problems so I feel it makes sense to trying finding healthy coping skills to deal with that stress and caring for your body as a whole.
Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
Ages I Work With
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