Lisa Brookman is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist with 18 years of experience working with adults and adolescents who have faced a range of complex challenges. She is the founder and co-director of the West Island Therapy Centre, a Montreal-based clinic offering psychological services to children teens and adults. Lisa is a passionate advocate of mental health issues and is actively working to help break the pervasive stigma that surrounds the disease. She loves working with people and she takes immense pleasure in watching her clients move forward and achieve success. Her clinical experience includes working with individual, couple and group therapy for issues such as infertility, postpartum depression, parenting challenges, marital conflict, anxiety, depression, grief, bereavement and life cycle issues. Lisa is a lecturer at McGill University School of Social Work and is a regular contributor on Breakfast Television Montreal and The Huffington Post Canada. Her new radio show, Wise Women, on Montreal's CJAD 800 talk radio launched in September 2016 to rave reviews. Lisa is married to her husband a clinical psychologist, and is most notably, a mom of three amazing kids, dog mom of one, a self-proclaimed home décor guru and an aspiring Master Chef contestant. Lisa's goal with WiseWomenCanada.com is to create a digital “safe space” for Canadian women, not unlike the offerings in her private practice. Think of WiseWomenCanada.com as the plushiest couch with a cashmere throw, the best latte you’ve ever tasted, and your best friend sitting across from you. Everyone has a story, what's yours? email@example.com
Listen to the Wise Women Radio Show every Sunday night from 8-10 pm on www.CJAD.com!