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Lisa Gentry
Licensed Professional Counselor
Arizona

In-network with

Aetna, Cigna, Oscar Health, Oxford, and United Healthcare

Specializes in

Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use / Addiction, and Trauma

Great to meet you!

Welcome! I'm passionate about helping others find healing and wholeness. My goal is to help you understand yourself more deeply, find healing from the past, and live a rich and meaningful life. I get how scary and lonely life can seem and would be honored to help you on your healing journey.

A bit about my approach to therapy

I work with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, and poor self-confidence. I have specialized experience treating trauma and substance abuse, and as a Certified DBT Therapist, I specialize in treating Borderline Personality. I utilize evidence-based practices (techniques proven to be effective) including DBT, ACT, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. I believe that one of the most underrated experiences is loss, including the end of significant relationships.

What you can expect from our first session

I'm an active therapist and tend towards a more direct approach- I try to be real with you and welcome you being real with me. Sessions involve a combination of processing events, thoughts and feelings, developing new and better views of yourself and the world, and experiential skills to help you navigate life more effectively.


Lisa's style is

Warm
Direct
Affirming

Insurance carriers Lisa accepts

Aetna
Cigna
Oscar
Oxford
UnitedHealthcare

More about Lisa

MEd (Master of Education) at University of Georgia
License type: LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor)
Gender: Cisgender Female
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Works with: Adults and Seniors
More specialties: Men's Issues, Grief, Loss, Bipolar Disorder, Relationship Issues, Stress, ADD/ADHD, Women's Issues, LGBTQIA+, Anger Management, Sleep disorder, PTSD, and Family Issues
Modalities: Mindfulness-Based (MBCT), Cognitive Processing (CPT), Dialectical Behavioral (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Attachment-based, Acceptance & Commitment (ACT), and Trauma Focused