Lisa Blumberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who practices professionally on the North Shore. She graduated from University of Michigan with a BS, and later received her Masters in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago.
Lisa has gained extensive experience as a clinician at The Josselyn Center in Northfield, working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and seniors. She counsels clients on such issues as depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, family relations, and peer issues. She works in tandem with schools and primary care physicians, coordinating individualized treatment. For over 21 years, Lisa has served as a counselor at Angles (formerly Links), where she counsels women ages 13 – 25 about life choices, pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted infections and gender identity. Lisa’s therapeutic approach focuses on building solid, trusting relationships with her clients and their families, in order to achieve improved functioning in all aspects of life.
Working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and seniors, Lisa has experience treating the following:
▪ Anxiety disorders
▪ Social skills
▪ Bipolar disorder
▪ Life Transitions
▪ Parenting issues
▪ Personal growth
▪ Relationship issues
▪ Stress management
▪ School related anxiety, depression, and bullying
▪ Cognitive disorders
Lisa is in network with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois PPO and Medicare.
I guide my clients on a journey of discovery, believing that everyone has the power and capacity to elicit change. My approach is to create a trusting, caring, and safe space where clients feel open to the therapeutic process. I employ a combination of Psychodynamic, Internal Family Systems, and Mindfulness to build a client’s internal toolbox. The goal is to provide each client with a wide range of strategies, empowering them to successfully manage their lives.
Communication is a core element of my process. With a focus on what is being said in combination with what is being heard, I help clients understand how communication affects relationships. I also incorporate the power of positive self-talk.