Hi, I'm Lisa
As a certified professional hypnotist with over 10 years of experience, I invite you to schedule a free discovery call with me to explore how hypnosis can help you. Let's discuss your needs and goals, and see how we can work together to achieve them. Contact me today to schedule your call.
Lisa Anderson, C.Ht., calls the New Orleans area home, growing up in Jefferson Parish and now residing in Madisonville, on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. She attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, majoring in Communications, before becoming Miss Louisiana USA, 1979. Lisa has two wonderful children adopted from India and 4 grandchildren. She is an adoption advocate and humanitarian aid activist. She has worked as an International Specialist for Children’s House International for the past 25 years, traveling to 11 countries. She has helped place nearly 900 orphans in loving forever families both domestic and abroad and has helped raise over 1 million dollars in humanitarian aid to help keep families and children together, as well as to provide support for orphans that remain in institutions. In 2015 Lisa received a congressional award for her work with Children. Senator Bill Cassidy, Senator David Vitter and Representative Steve Scalise nominated her to the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute and she received an Angels in Adoption award.
Lisa became interested in hypnosis during her many visits to India and Nepal. She traveled to Bhutan to meet the Rinpoche in Bumthang, Bhutan, where she learned even more about the positive attributes of meditation and hypnosis. Lisa decided to become a certified hypnotherapist when she learned that hypnosis can help children with false memories and post-traumatic stress symptoms. Her hypnosis practice grew and she now teaches others how to use self-hypnosis to alleviate stress, improve sleep quality, and to generally lead a healthier, happier life. In addition to teaching self-hypnosis, Lisa is available for private and group hypnosis sessions to conquer smoking, depression, chronic pain, phobias, and surgery preparation. She continues to work with children and adolescents as well as adults.