My work is to address unsolved struggles with compassion, help you find your own internal resources, establish new patterns, and thrive.
Lisa Hibler is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Certified Hakomi Therapist. She blends mindfulness and body-centered psychotherapy approaches in her work to help people live more meaningful and connected lives.
I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and Certified Hakomi Therapist (CHT) in private practice and I love helping people transform their lives. I blend mindfulness and body-centered methods of therapy with talk therapy to help clients develop a more wholehearted way of living their lives. I bring compassion, inquiry and presence to the work and help you learn how to be with yourself more fully and relate to the parts of yourself you struggle to accept and understand. I can help you identify and evolve limiting core beliefs and the patterns accompanying these beliefs. Developing the ability to witness yourself and name what you are noticing, bring greater self-compassion to your own internal experience, become more embodied, and identify relational patterns in your life are all important elements of my work with you.

My training and education includes a Transpersonal Counseling Degree from Naropa University, Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy, somatic approaches to healing attachment wounding, inner parts work, an understanding of developmental trauma and missing developmental experiences, authentic relating training, mindfulness practice, and clinical experience in a variety of settings that helped me learn to be present with others in many different states of struggle and wellness.

I support adults in all stages of life to create more happiness, self- acceptance and connection with others, and to build stronger, healthier relationships in their lives. An additional area of focus in my practice involves working with other therapists and mental health professionals to help them receive support, find greater work/life balance, and continue their own self-study and growth in order to better support others.