Lisa has a passion for issues around race, equity, justice, community wellness and mental health. With 25 years’ experience in the human service field, Lisa has devoted her time to supporting BIPOC youth and families through clinical counseling and raising awareness to important race and justice issues, around race and policing, in Boston’s urban communities.
Lisa received her Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice in 1997 and her Masters in Clinical Counseling Psychology in 2017 from Northeastern University. Lisa has worked in several community based social service, nonprofit and mental health agencies and provides individual, group, and family counseling.
Lisa offers a person centered, relational, approach to help her clients identify coping strategies to face life challenges. Her specialty areas are youth and families, community & intergenerational trauma, Christian counseling, and managing the impact of racial discrimination.