Lisa King, LMHC...
Telehealth across FL, USA...
Collective Insight Therapy Services, LLC was birthed after I struggled to locate safe and culturally sensitive spaces. I wanted a space not only that was full of culture and safety but also transparency, genuine people, and positive, warm, flowing energy.
When I couldn’t find this independently, I immediately stopped searching and decided to create and share this space with others. We are a unique private practice providing mental health therapeutic support for individuals wanting to feel safe to be their authentic selves without any judgment attached.
I have practiced within the community for seven years providing inpatient, outpatient, and community services. As you continue to do your research you will notice we collectively value finding hope, compassion, and healing jointly.
We strive to create an atmosphere where one can work towards freeing themselves of negativity, stress, self-doubt, fear, anguish, guilt, irritability, etc. As your therapist, I strive towards creating a collaborative, safe environment where we can work together but where one also feels secure to laugh, cry, identify and feel their emotions without Judgment.
I utilize a Trauma-focused approach recognizing we all have had our share of hard times. I understand that no one on this earth is perfect, and I don’t intend to be that person. I come to you as a genuine human being with knowledge and experience to provide support.
I am passionate about what I do because I know that change can happen. Therapy works well when one is honest with thy self first and foremost and when transparency and vulnerability are also present. A close connection and positive supports/community are also helpful. Seeing through one’s clouded judgment during challenging times can be difficult.
When faced with many challenges, one may be unable to see the positives and strengths within themselves; that’s where Collective Insight Therapy Services come into play. We are here to provide collaborative support so our clients do not feel alone during what may be the most challenging time of their lives.