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Welcome to the private therapy practice of Lisa Farah Levine, Lcsw.  Lisa has over 30 years of experience in Social Work, she specializes in treating athletes, adolescents, and adults. Lisa is licensed in three states. Lisa works with individuals who suffer from anxiety, depression, anger issues, and trauma.

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Florida

  • Licensed Independent Social Worker, Ohio

  • Licensed Independent Social Worker-CP, South Carolina

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About Lisa
 
Lisa F. Levine, Lcsw, Lisw, Lisw-Cp specializes in treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, life changes, relationship issues, grief and loss, special needs. She works with youth, teens, adults, and athletes. Ms. Levine offers effective, diverse, personalized  care and therapy to all of her patients, no matter what the struggle or challenge is she is here to help and guide you. She will be there every step of the way and strive to grow from whatever is hindering you and assist you in getting the proper tools that you need to move forward in your daily life. 

 
 When in counseling with Lisa F. Levine, Lcsw, Lisw, Lisw-Cp you will better understand where and how you have the most control in your life. She strives to support and empower individuals, teens, young adults, families and athletes through therapy services. She works with each client to create a collaborative plan that will help them identify and track their progress to achieve their potential.
Lisa will create an open and safe environment for the client to express themselves and their personal challenges. She believes in embracing unique strengths and abilities to create a life that they wish to live.


 

 
Lisa Levine, Therapist in Boca Raton and Parkland

I am Lisa Farah Levine, Lcsw, thank you for visiting this site, It is a huge step in reaching out for help! You have made the right decision by taking the first step to achieving the life that you want! I will use my clinical training combined with my understanding of your background to help you identify a wider range of approaches to living life. I provide an empathetic, and supportive environment, using my clinical background to help you identify a wider range of approaches to living a healthy life. We will work together in helping you make decisions, set goals and engage in healthy relationships. The goal is to identify and explore how your needs, attitudes, thinking, and feelings influence your choices and relationships. The deeper understanding that you develop brings your present life into focus and your future outlook will change significantly.

I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio where I began my social work career. I have been in South Florida since 2003, I have much experience and knowledge in working with a variety of individuals  from all backgrounds.  I hold licenses in Florida, Ohio and South Carolina. I specialize in treating trauma, grief and loss, chronic pain,  trauma amongst athletes, anxiety, depression, anger issues and life changes. I also have a yoga program called Katie's Kids Yoga for children and adults that is in a variety of schools, camps, day cares and in different community centers and camps. 

 

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and client. Common goals in therapy can be to inspire or change or improve quality of life.

In Adolescent therapy there a variety techniques and methods to use to help adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with their emotions and behaviors

Athletes looking to maximize a greater level of performance by addressing individual concerns, eliminating distractions, increasing self- awareness, and becoming more focused on increasing self expression, coping skills and techniques to sustain a healthy lifestyle. 

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