Lisa R. McCafferty specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental and cognitive dysfunctions, as well assisting early and late adults experiencing emotional and psychological trauma. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Arizona State University, Tempe and is currently working on her Master of Science degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Arizona State University. Her experience includes working with children and young adults with Autism and high behaviors, helping individuals cope with bereavement, depression, anxiety, and trauma using techniques consistent with Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). She has worked with with individuals in self-advocacy, experiencing divorce, Military PTSD and bereavement, medication management, working with family dynamics, developing therapeutic treatment plans, and person-centered counseling. She recognizes the value of identifying goals, as well as the importance of developing a plan to meet those goals. In her free time, she enjoys sitting on the beach watching the waves come in, spending time with loved ones, trying new and exotic foods, and traveling to new and exciting places.
Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love. - Brené Brown