About
Lisa Clodfelter, Relationship Counselor and Life Coach

Meet Lisa Clodfelter

Licensed Professional Counselor / Owner

Lisa is a licensed professional counselor and a life and performance coach. With a warm and approachable demeanor, she is best known for her versatility in working with couples, life coaching individuals, and performance coaching with athletes and executives.

As a counselor, Lisa advocates that understanding ourselves and our relationships better is not just for those in crisis. She believes counseling can help everyone be their most elite selves. She adapts the skills elite athletes use for everyday life. She helps folks understand how they came to be where they are and how to bridge the gap to where they would like to be. 

For couples, Lisa offers pathways to letting triggers become teachers. She unravels the mystery of calm communication through conflict, even infidelity, and a perspective that allows a much more profound understanding of what is really going on.

 Lisa regularly works with:

  • couples in crisis
  • couples seeking pre-marital counseling
  • individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, loss, and addictive behaviors across the lifespan
  • folks navigating divorce, dating, and life transitions
  • athletes experiencing performance anxiety, addictive behaviors or clinical issues, seeking next level performance, or returning from injury
  • Coaches and parents of student athletes looking to provide next level support
  • Parents seeking understanding and skills to best prepare their children for the slings and arrows of life and give them the ability to thrive; not to mention help their households find more peace and harmony

Education, Experience, and Expertise:

Master of Arts in clinical counseling from Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Bachelor of Science in psychology and graduate studies in school psychology and advanced child development from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL

Five years of experience working with individuals, couples, families, and athletes in private practice setting

Two years of internship experience in addiction treatment at Brightview Health, Cincinnati, OH

Clinical interests in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Imago Relationship Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Reality Discipline Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Informed Care, and Solution Focused Therapy.

Twelve years of experience in special education pre-k and early childhood development classrooms

Six years as a competitive girls’ volleyball coach and student advocate

Proud mother of two and grandmother to one fine, sweet grandson.  😊

What Clients are Saying About Lisa:

“Lisa is so personable and easy to talk to. I’ve been doing sessions with her for about 7 months now and I don’t think I’ll ever consider another therapist/life coach. I am so lucky to have found her and her guidance has helped me immensely spiritually, mentally, emotionally, etc. Highly recommend her to anyone and everyone!”   Caitlin C.

Highly recommend Lisa. Her help has been invaluable.”  Chris S.

“Hands down THE BEST! Lisa is down to earth and provides advice that will take you through life in any given situation. Her judgement free atmosphere allows you to truly be yourself and process your thoughts and feelings. I would recommend her a thousand times over!”  Emily C.

“Lisa is absolutely amazing. She makes you feel instantly comfortable and provides a judgment-free zone for any needed therapy or coaching. I always leave our sessions with a new perspective and feeling like a weight is off my shoulders. I highly recommend Lisa to anyone who is looking for an unbiased perspective or just someone to talk to in general. Lisa has helped me make leaps that I probably would have never made alone, and I’m so thankful to have her help and advice just a call away!  Courtney K.

Extremely helpful and thorough, would recommend to anyone.”  Zach C.

Meet Angie Rayburn

MA, Licensed Professional Counselor

Sometimes you just know things can be better, but you do not know where to start. You may try drinking or endless hours scrolling on social media only to feel worse than before. Sometimes you might feel like the world is caving in around you and you just can’t breathe. You might feel alone even though you are around people all day? Maybe you already know what you need but are looking for the push or support to make changes in your life.

These are things that can happen to any one of us. I would like to help you understand where these feelings might be coming from so that you will know how to effectively understand them and work through them. I have had training in trauma and trauma responses. I have learned through 20 years of experience that finding the beginning of those feelings is a great place to start healing.

I can help you talk through your thoughts and feelings in a nonjudgmental and supportive way and help you know what changes you want to make to give yourself the life you deserve.

I have worked with children, young adults, adults with addiction issues, LGBTQ+. I have recently been training in trauma focused-cognitive behavior therapy. We all want to be happy and need support to find out how to do that sometimes.

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