Consultation with Lisa Schwarz
Lisa offers individual, group and organizational consultation for clinicians and clinical managers who are seeking support and creative problem-solving with clients in a variety of milieus (private practice, inpatient, intensive outpatient, addiction clinics and forensic environments). While consultation is offered for clients with any diagnosis, her area of expertise is working with Complex PTSD, DDNOS, DID, attachment disorders, and performance enhancement. Consultation is provided in the context of general clinical work as well as with CRM™-based practice specifically.
“I would thoroughly recommend Lisa to anyone seeking out a Consultant who can make a difference to their practice. As the developer of the model, Lisa Schwarz is an amazing clinician to watch using CRM™ as she achieves significant results with previously un-moving or unknown residues of traumatic experiences. As a consultant she is someone who can provide ways to move forward when feeling lost in the work, lost in the depths of someone’s trauma; she tends to find ways of navigating out of these situations particularly with complex clients. Lisa is a healer, a teacher, and a believer in the human faith with an ability to guide you in those dark days of feeling deskilled, or helpless as a therapist. Lisa will have the answer to help you move on. ”
“It is a true pleasure to be able to recommend Lisa Schwarz’s trainings and consultation services. Her Comprehensive Resource Model™ is creative, intelligent, innovative, and effective. Lisa’s keen therapeutic sense, her authenticity, and her emphasis on empowering and supporting internal resources while working through overwhelming states and experiences, offer clinicians important tools for the very challenging work of resolving trauma. Her work with dissociation is similarly creative and effective. Not only have I enjoyed learning from Lisa directly, but have also seen the powerful and positive effect her teaching has had on the work being done by colleagues who have studied and consulted with her in their work with challenging dissociative disorder dynamics encountered in their practices.”