Lisa Hayes, MSW, LISW-S is a Clinical Social Worker based in Columbus, OH. Lisa graduated with a masters degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. Her undergraduate education is in Sociology and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies; her academic focus has always included special considerations for issues of gender, sexuality, race and social representation. Her clinical experiences include work with complex trauma/PTSD, residential alcohol and drug treatment, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, life transitions, veterans, racial and ethnic specific trauma and identity issues, LGBTQIA issues, college counseling, depression, dissociation, anxiety, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse. Lisa’s clinical practice has primarily focused on the treatment of adolescents and adults. Throughout her career, she has provided local and national trainings focused on the impacts of trauma and its effects on individuals, communities, and families. In her therapeutic work, Lisa uses a variety of expressive and experiential therapeutic interventions all aimed at identifying and celebrating the strengths of each person. Lisa is currently working in private practice and at the The Ohio State University. She is also a co-founder of The Ohio Institute for Trauma and Wellness. Lisa is an adjunct faculty member with the Institute for Creative Mindfulness and provides EMDR therapy consultation as an EMDRIA Certified Therapist and Approved Consultant to clinicians across the nation.
✓ Experienced In Online EMDR Therapy Training model
Certificate of EMDR Therapy (initial 10 hours of required consultation): $100/hour for individual consultation ($75/hour for agency clinicians or ICM trainees)
Certified EMDR Therapist/Consultant in Training: $100/hour
Certificate of EMDR Therapy (initial 10 hours of required consultation) : $100/two-hour group consultation ($75/two-hour group for agency clinicians or ICM trainees). Maximum of 8 participants/group.
Certified EMDR Therapist/Consultant in Training: $100/2-hour group consultation. Maximum of 4 participants/group.
**adjusted rates available for clinicians suffering significant COVID-19 financial impact**