Overcome everyday obstacles, a lack of confidence, and self-critical thoughts with simple life lessons from internationally recognized psychotherapist Lisa Ferentz. With more than 30 years of clinical experience, Lisa offers universal approaches that will help you look inside yourself for tools to embrace change, take healthy risks, increase self-compassion and make your best choices to nurture personal and professional growth.
Learn to turn inward, trusting your own instincts and wisdom to find:
About the Author:
Lisa Ferentz is an internationally recognized expert, national trainer, clinical consultant and a keynote speaker in the field of trauma and self-destructive behaviors. She is the President and Founder of The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education, Inc. In 2009, she was given the "Social Worker of the Year" Award by the Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work.
Lisa has been in solo private practice for 25 years working with children, adolescents, individual adults, couples and families. Her areas of specialization include: adult children of alcoholics; survivors of emotional, sexual and physical abuse; co-dependency; substance abuse; eating disorders; self-injurious behavior; anxiety; depression; dissociation; multiplicity; professional burn-out; parenting skills; and stress management.
Lisa serves as a clinical consultant for social workers and other mental health providers in private practices and agencies. She is also a faculty member of the Psychotherapy Networker Symposia. She is a clinical instructor at the University of Maryland Department of Family Medicine where she provides core lectures for residents focusing on the bio-psycho-social model, how to work with traumatized patients and the somatization of trauma.