Lisa Ann Sisson

Currently working in Agoura Hills, a suburban community in the southwest corner of Los Angeles County, Lisa Ann Sisson is a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) with over a decade of experience. Licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, Lisa Ann Sisson provides services she describes as helping others evolve by making the necessary changes to live a desired life. Located on Roadside Drive, she established a private practice to assist couples and families, as well as adolescent and adult individuals as they strive to overcome life’s challenges and reach their goals. Clients will find that Ms. Sisson employs many effective treatment methods that focus on the individual, such as solution-focused brief therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. She also applies the Bowen’s Family System Theory in her treatments as well, examining the emotional and behavioral patterns within the family unit and their effects on the individual. Many of her patients have commended Lisa Ann Sisson as an attentive counselor who takes time in every session to act as both a listener and an effective communicator. Furthermore, her private practice is recognized for maintaining a courteous and inviting office environment with reasonable wait times. Before establishing her private practice, Lisa Ann Sisson gained experience working as an MFT for multiple organizations throughout California including Associates in Clinical Therapy, the Help Group, and United Parents. Ms. Sisson has also completed extensive training as an intern with Aspen Youth Services, Interface Children and Family Services, and Conjeo Counseling Center. Prior to her professional career, Ms. Sisson earned her Masters Degree in Psychology from California Lutheran University and has been a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists for over 15 years. An active Christian, Ms. Sisson enjoys contributing her resources as a partner with both Joyce Meyer Ministries and InTouch Ministries by providing people and communities with the help they need to work through painful situations.