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Elisa Pulliam, who prefers to be called Lisa, approaches the healing and growth process for each client with curiosity and compassion, focusing on stabilizing skills while exploring the root issues that may have contributed to the presenting problems. She is passionate about simplifying the brain-body-relationship connection that shapes mindset and habits with a trauma-informed, attachment-based, and strengths-focused approach that includes somatic work. Her expertise includes anxiety and stress reduction; relationship growth (marriage/parenting); life purpose and transition; college and career; grief and loss; shame resilience; and recovery from emotional, physical, and spiritual abuse. Lisa has more than twenty years of experience in mentoring teens, coaching women, and speaking at conferences as well as retreats. Through, Lisa provides equine-assisted coaching and learning programs to children through adults as well as families, groups, and leadership teams. She savors the opportunity to make memories with her grown children and husband as well as spending time with her golden retrievers and rescue horse, Kody.

Master's Level Intern

Lisa Pulliam, BA, NLC-EP

  • Student: Master of Arts (M.A.), Clinical Counseling, Eastern Univeristy - in progress

  • Training towards LPC licensure - in progress

  • EMDR Trained - completion date June 23, 2023

  • Natural Lifemanship Certified Practitioner and Equine Professional (NLC-,EP)

  • Highlands Ability Battery, Consultant

  • Life Breakthrough Coach (LBC)

  • General Mental Health Concerns

  • Abuse

  • Adolescents

  • Anxiety

  • Attachment

  • Bereavement

  • Biblical Studies

  • Career

  • Children

  • College Counseling

  • Depression

  • Equestrians

  • Equine-Assisted Therapy

  • Executive Coaching

  • Faith-Based Counseling

  • Fear

  • Grief & Loss

  • Leadership Coaching

  • Life Transitions

  • Marriage

  • Parenting

  • Positive Psychology

  • Premarital Counseling

  • Purpose/Life Goals

  • Relationships

  • Self-Worth/Self-Esteem

  • Sports & Athletic

  • Spiritual Abuse

  • Stress

  • Trauma

  • Women

Lisa Pulliam, BA, NLC-EP

Downingtown, West Chester, Telehealth

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

English and Art

State University of New York at Oswego