About 

Combining evidence-based psychology tools with ancient Eastern wisdom. 

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The back story

I'm Lisa, psychotherapist, holistic coach and founder of WayWiser. Spending 5 years studying psychology in Germany and working another 5 years for a NHS mental health service has taught me some important things: 

  • human minds are complex and there is no "one-size-fits-all" solution for mental wellbeing

  • Therapy and coaching spaces need to be holistic (i.e. taking into account the whole person with all their aspects, mind and body) in order to create lasting change

  • often we know what we should be doing to feel better, but the "how" is often more challenging (and it's my job to help you with that)

 

The WayWiser Approach

Throughout my work as a therapist I felt that conventional therapy and coaching often lack a holistic view and can sometimes emphasise our rational brain too much (while ignoring our bodies and the mind-body connection).

This is how the WayWiser approach is different:

  • it fuses the best of evidence-based psychology (CBT) with Eastern traditions (mindfulness, yoga, meditation)

  • it creates wellbeing in the mind and body

  • it helps you identify what you need to change and there is a strong emphasis on how to create long-lasting, healthy habits

  • it is 100% tailored to your own needs 

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Qualifications

  • Registered therapist with British Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies (BABCP)

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapies

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Practice in Psychological Wellbeing 

  • Master of Science (Psychology) 

  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

  • Currently training as a Zen Yoga teacher (200h)

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