Trauma & grief recovery by Dr. Lisa Larsen

Trauma & grief recovery by Dr. Lisa Larsen

Having practiced in the San Francisco Bay Area, I have worked with many people who identify as LGBTQQIA. I help older children, adolescents and adults cope with an unwelcoming society as well as relationship issues, self-esteem, and depression. I am not queer-identified. However, I consider myself an ally who is comfortable in helping you cope with issues like family rejection, homophobia, transphobia, identity issues, bullying, nontraditional families, harassment, and interpersonal violence. Every person deserves to love themselves unconditionally and enjoy life. I love helping people achieve that. I believe that family can be anyone close to you, not just blood relations (who can be hurtful and close-minded without intending to harm their loved ones). I work in a fairly conservative area now, and I try to be a safe person for those who face bigotry and homophobia as well as transphobia in their families and larger communities.

Contact Information

  • 3123 W. Ave. L-8
    Lancaster, California 93536
  • Phone: 661-233-6771
  • Fax: 661-941-4495
  • Hours

    Tuesday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Wednesday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Thursday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
    Friday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Other Information


Gender: Female

Populations Served: Gay Men, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Non-Gay Men, Non-Gay Women, Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, Children 13-19, Adults, Seniors

Theoretical Orientations: Cognitive, LGBT-Affirmative Psychotherapy, Solution Focused

Therapy Modes: Brief, Long Term, Individual Psychotherapy, Family

Degrees: PsyD

Academic Institute 2: JFKU

Year Graduated 2: 2002

License Number: PSY19046

License State: CA

Years in Practice: 16 YRS

Private Practice: Yes

Available for Emergency: No

Accept Interns: No

Insurance Accepted?: Yes

Fee Range: $110-130

HMO's / PPO's Accepted: Anthem BC; Blue Shield Federal ONLY

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