Lisa Wolff, LCPC
Practicing Since: 2015
Issues Served: ADD/ADHD, Addiction (Substance Dependence i.e. drugs/alcohol), Anger Management, Anxiety/Panic, Autism, Behavioral Issues, Career Counseling, Depression, Grief/Bereavement, Loss/Abandonment, Marital/Premarital, Self-esteem/self-worth, Trauma
Special Populations Served: Adults, Adolescents, Families, Families with special needs children, Couples
What Clients Can Expect: Clients can expect to be greeted by a warm and compassionate counselor whose greatest desire is to help them fulfill their greatest potential and live their best life. Lisa generally builds rapport through creating an environment that is safe and authentic. She prefers to use the Rogerian approach to achieve this. In addition, Lisa has an eclectic approach to therapy which includes a combination of Adlerian approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focus Therapy, Art Therapy, Family Systems, and Mindfulness. She is also open to the integration of spirituality as a part of therapy if desired by the client.
About: Lisa has been practicing since 2015 and is a graduate of Loyola University. She earned a Master's of Science in Mental Health and Pastoral Counseling and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the state of Maryland. Lisa has a passion for helping to bring wholeness and healing to those she treats.
Lisa has extensive experience working with at- risk youth in Baltimore City and Prince Georges County for 8 years as a teacher and counselor. She has a passion to help families who have children with special needs (autism) and has been able to provide guidance and support for those families who are experiencing challenges. Lisa has spent 2 years counseling those addicted to opioids in medically assisted programs. She has been able to help those gripped in addiction to overcome their inner struggles and develop coping skills to overcome life's challenges.
Lisa has experience working with individuals who need life coaching. In this, she helps clients to working on: increasing their well-being and levels of accomplishment, connecting with their dreams and goals, developing and holding onto an optimistic perspective, savoring life "in the moment" in the pursuit of happiness, and maximizing one's potential.
*Offers Video Counseling