Lisa Holter earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from the University of North Dakota. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of North Dakota. Lisa has been with the University of Mary since December 2014, serving the Graduate Counseling Program as the Program Director, Student Advisor, and Assistant Professor. Lisa has spent over ten years working with children and their families, first as an In-Home Family Therapist and then as the Director of a state-wide In-Home Family Therapy program. She strongly supported the program's mission to prevent out-of-home placement for at-risk youth. Lisa has a passion for counseling families, supporting parents, and providing guidance through transition times and life difficulties. She offers a strength-based, client-focused approach to counseling and looks for ways to offer hope and healing. She feels honored to be a part of her client's therapeutic journey. Her favorite aspect of her role is walking with clients as they identify and meet their goals.
Additional areas of focus: Relationship issues, Self esteem, Career difficulties, Compassion fatigue, ADHD, Blended Family Issues, Caregiver Issues and Stress, Communication Problems, Divorce and Separation, Family of Origin Issues, Family Problems, Forgiveness, Self-Love, Workplace Issues
Clinical approaches: Client-Centered Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy
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