Lisa Tahir, LCSW

Changing Consciousness One Conversation at a Time

Interviews and Publications

The Hub-LA : Millenials and Alcoholism

by Veronica An • April 8, 2018

Millennials, typically defined as those born between 1980 and 1996, may be at a greater risk for developing alcohol use disorder or alcoholism.

READ ON THEHUB-LA.COM

Where Money Meets Soul

with Jennifer Griffith (formerly From Broke to Badass)
Episode 3: How to Live a Richer Fuller, Healthier Life with Lisa Tahir, LCSW

During our time together, Lisa talks about how she helps individuals live richer, fuller, and healthier lives. She provides practical takeaways to help you follow your dreams and achieve greatness. And she explains that when individuals work on themselves, they may feel worse before they feel better, but these are the necessary steps to heal and thrive.

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The Naked Podcaster

May 28, 2019 • 44 mins

Taking a tough upbringing peppered with abuse, launching herself into relationships that aren't healthy but knowing she wanted to help others - literally from the age of 5 - Lisa is honest about the continuation of getting and being healthy, what gets her through tough moments that arise now and how she finds her happiness. You will relate to her story because it's honest, raw and up front.

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VoyageLA Interview with Lisa Tahir

Published September 18, 2017

Lisa shares her story and what it is like to be a practicing therapist in Los Angeles.

READ ON VOYAGELA.COM

Living Consciously TV Panel

Streamed live on Feb 21, 2017 • 1 hour

A conscious dialogue with Lisa Tahir and the Living Consciously-TV cast about: "Making Your Day A Little Easier."

WATCH ON YOUTUBE

Three Part Series on CUTV News Radio

LISTEN ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM

SURRENDER: A Psycho-Spiritual Healing Guide For Depression And Anxiety

This book details a two-step visualization technique for coping with depression and anxiety.

ORDER ON LULU OR INDIEBOUND OR AMAZON

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Lisa Tahir, LCSW
New Orleans - Los Angeles
(504) 261-4443
lisa@nolatherapy.com