Therapy for Change

Lisa C. Wolf, PsyD, LP

 

Therapy for Change

Lisa C. Wolf, PsyD, LP

 

Approach

Approach

As a psychologist I am committed and dedicated to walking the path of healing and recovery with my clients.  Whether my clients struggle with depression, anxiety, concerns with sexual health, gender or sexual identity, wounds of childhood, and/or trauma (among other presenting concerns), I strive to create a safe container for them to share their challenges, as well as successes.  

As an emotion focused, psychodynamic therapist, I witness, encourage, explore and educate clients.  I support clients to delve into aspects of their lives that can evoke pain and struggle. I encourage them to face and dissolve defenses, and to surrender and rediscover lost aspects of self.  Through a process of collaboration, I empower my clients' to return to the core of their beings, and remember and reclaim their authentic selves (who they really are). 

I believe that sound and ethical mental health services are a right for all individuals. As such, my commitment to social justice and cultural humility is central to my practice of psychology. Through this framework, I consider influences outside the individual that may be contributing to presenting concerns, including oppressive environments, discrimination, prejudice, privilege, as well as cultural and societal norms.  In order to truly understand the unique needs of clients, I strive to understand how multiple identities, emotions, cognitions and worldview influence presenting concerns.

Every aspect of my clinical work demonstrates my commitment to social justice and cultural humility. I greet clients respectfully. I see individuals as equal partners in the therapeutic relationship, and address them with openness, genuineness, care and curiosity.  I listen with compassion as I learn about clients multiple identities and worldviews, and I provide advocacy.  I engage in honest self-reflection in order to challenge personal biases when working with clients different from myself.  My job is to learn about my clients concerns and not label them.  My job is to deeply listen as my clients describe what is important to them, and base interventions on their definitions. 

My extensive training and experience allows me to cater to the unique needs of clients. In addition to emotion focused and psychodynamic orientations, I draw upon dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, humanistic and feminist theory.

As a psychologist I am committed and dedicated to walking the path of healing and recovery with my clients. Whether my clients struggle with depression, anxiety, concerns with sexual health, gender or sexual identity, wounds of childhood, and/or trauma (among other presenting concerns), I strive to create a safe container for them to share their challenges, as well as successes.

As an emotion focused, psychodynamic therapist, I witness, encourage, explore and educate clients. I support clients to delve into aspects of their lives that can evoke pain and struggle. I encourage them to face and dissolve defenses, and to surrender and rediscover lost aspects of self. Through a process of collaboration, I empower my clients' to return to the core of their beings, and remember and reclaim their authentic selves (who they really are).

I believe that sound and ethical mental health services are a right for all individuals. As such, my commitment to social justice and cultural humility is central to my practice of psychology. Through this framework, I consider influences outside the individual that may be contributing to presenting concerns, including oppressive environments, discrimination, prejudice, privilege, as well as cultural and societal norms. In order to truly understand the unique needs of clients, I strive to understand how multiple identities, emotions, cognitions and worldview influence presenting concerns.

Every aspect of my clinical work demonstrates my commitment to social justice and cultural humility. I greet clients respectfully. I see individuals as equal partners in the therapeutic relationship, and address them with openness, genuineness, care and curiosity. I listen with compassion as I learn about clients multiple identities and worldviews, and I provide advocacy. I engage in honest self-reflection in order to challenge personal biases when working with clients different from myself. My job is to learn about my clients concerns and not label them. My job is to deeply listen as my clients describe what is important to them, and base interventions on their definitions.

My extensive training and experience allows me to cater to the unique needs of clients. In addition to emotion focused and psychodynamic orientations, I draw upon dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, humanistic and feminist theory.

As a psychologist I am committed and dedicated to walking the path of healing and recovery with my clients. Whether my clients struggle with depression, anxiety, concerns with sexual health, gender or sexual identity, wounds of childhood, and/or trauma (among other presenting concerns), I strive to create a safe container for them to share their challenges, as well as successes.

As an emotion focused, psychodynamic therapist, I witness, encourage, explore and educate clients. I support clients to delve into aspects of their lives that can evoke pain and struggle. I encourage them to face and dissolve defenses, and to surrender and rediscover lost aspects of self. Through a process of collaboration, I empower my clients' to return to the core of their beings, and remember and reclaim their authentic selves (who they really are).

I believe that sound and ethical mental health services are a right for all individuals. As such, my commitment to social justice and cultural humility is central to my practice of psychology. Through this framework, I consider influences outside the individual that may be contributing to presenting concerns, including oppressive environments, discrimination, prejudice, privilege, as well as cultural and societal norms. In order to truly understand the unique needs of clients, I strive to understand how multiple identities, emotions, cognitions and worldview influence presenting concerns.

Every aspect of my clinical work demonstrates my commitment to social justice and cultural humility. I greet clients respectfully. I see individuals as equal partners in the therapeutic relationship, and address them with openness, genuineness, care and curiosity. I listen with compassion as I learn about clients multiple identities and worldviews, and I provide advocacy. I engage in honest self-reflection in order to challenge personal biases when working with clients different from myself. My job is to learn about my clients concerns and not label them. My job is to deeply listen as my clients describe what is important to them, and base interventions on their definitions.

My extensive training and experience allows me to cater to the unique needs of clients. In addition to emotion focused and psychodynamic orientations, I draw upon dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, humanistic and feminist theory.

As a psychologist I am committed and dedicated to walking the path of healing and recovery with my clients. Whether my clients struggle with depression, anxiety, concerns with sexual health, gender or sexual identity, wounds of childhood, and/or trauma (among other presenting concerns), I strive to create a safe container for them to share their challenges, as well as successes.

As an emotion focused, psychodynamic therapist, I witness, encourage, explore and educate clients. I support clients to delve into aspects of their lives that can evoke pain and struggle. I encourage them to face and dissolve defenses, and to surrender and rediscover lost aspects of self. Through a process of collaboration, I empower my clients' to return to the core of their beings, and remember and reclaim their authentic selves (who they really are).

I believe that sound and ethical mental health services are a right for all individuals. As such, my commitment to social justice and cultural humility is central to my practice of psychology. Through this framework, I consider influences outside the individual that may be contributing to presenting concerns, including oppressive environments, discrimination, prejudice, privilege, as well as cultural and societal norms. In order to truly understand the unique needs of clients, I strive to understand how multiple identities, emotions, cognitions and worldview influence presenting concerns.

Every aspect of my clinical work demonstrates my commitment to social justice and cultural humility. I greet clients respectfully. I see individuals as equal partners in the therapeutic relationship, and address them with openness, genuineness, care and curiosity. I listen with compassion as I learn about clients multiple identities and worldviews, and I provide advocacy. I engage in honest self-reflection in order to challenge personal biases when working with clients different from myself. My job is to learn about my clients concerns and not label them. My job is to deeply listen as my clients describe what is important to them, and base interventions on their definitions.

My extensive training and experience allows me to cater to the unique needs of clients. In addition to emotion focused and psychodynamic orientations, I draw upon dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, humanistic and feminist theory.

As a psychologist I am committed and dedicated to walking the path of healing and recovery with my clients. Whether my clients struggle with depression, anxiety, concerns with sexual health, gender or sexual identity, wounds of childhood, and/or trauma (among other presenting concerns), I strive to create a safe container for them to share their challenges, as well as successes.

As an emotion focused, psychodynamic therapist, I witness, encourage, explore and educate clients. I support clients to delve into aspects of their lives that can evoke pain and struggle. I encourage them to face and dissolve defenses, and to surrender and rediscover lost aspects of self. Through a process of collaboration, I empower my clients' to return to the core of their beings, and remember and reclaim their authentic selves (who they really are).

I believe that sound and ethical mental health services are a right for all individuals. As such, my commitment to social justice and cultural humility is central to my practice of psychology. Through this framework, I consider influences outside the individual that may be contributing to presenting concerns, including oppressive environments, discrimination, prejudice, privilege, as well as cultural and societal norms. In order to truly understand the unique needs of clients, I strive to understand how multiple identities, emotions, cognitions and worldview influence presenting concerns.

Every aspect of my clinical work demonstrates my commitment to social justice and cultural humility. I greet clients respectfully. I see individuals as equal partners in the therapeutic relationship, and address them with openness, genuineness, care and curiosity. I listen with compassion as I learn about clients multiple identities and worldviews, and I provide advocacy. I engage in honest self-reflection in order to challenge personal biases when working with clients different from myself. My job is to learn about my clients concerns and not label them. My job is to deeply listen as my clients describe what is important to them, and base interventions on their definitions.

My extensive training and experience allows me to cater to the unique needs of clients. In addition to emotion focused and psychodynamic orientations, I draw upon dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, humanistic and feminist theory.

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call 734-730-5534

© 2017-18   |    Lisa Claire Wolf, PsyD, LP   |   Therapy for Change, PLLC

© 2017-18   |    Lisa Claire Wolf, PsyD, LP   |   Therapy for Change, PLLC

© 2017   |    Lisa Claire Wolf, PsyD, LP
Therapy for Change, PLLC