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Los Angeles, CA – Have you felt stuck, wanting to shift out of unhealthy or self-defeating patterns into a more expanded life? Have you felt destined to achieve something great but don't know where to start? Are ready to make a change?

Lisa Tahir is a Counselor, Coach, Life Change Expert and founder of Nola Therapy, a New Orleans-originated therapy and coaching practice that has opened an office to serve the greater Los Angeles area. With more than 17 years of experience in the field of psychotherapy and social work, Lisa has helped thousands of individuals heal and they now live richer, fuller and healthier lives.  

“I want to get the message out to promote emotional well-being and happiness to more people,” says Lisa. “I really love to listen and hear people’s stories. I intuitively understand what people have been through, where they’ve been and where they want to go.”

Lisa is also the author of the recently published SURRENDER: A Psycho-Spiritual Healing Guide For Depression And Anxiety. The book serves as an autobiography of her struggle and details a two-step visualization technique for coping with depression and anxiety.

"I am what happens when an everyday person becomes divinely inspired.  I've chosen to re-create what life gave me and Surrender, A Psycho-Spiritual Healing Guide For Treating Anxiety and Depression was birthed out of the trauma of being drugged and robbed in November of 2014,” says Lisa. “Using these techniques gave me the strength to feel better and handle the trauma one piece at a time. It was a struggle and I wanted to be vulnerable and share my story to help others know they are not alone and they can move through this."

For more information on Lisa Tahir, visit http://www.nolatherapy.com

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