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I see: Individuals, Adults

I give free consultations: Yes

I charge, per 50-min session: $40

I use these modalities to communicate: Email, Text, Phone, Zoom,Facetime

My specialties are:

Coping skills



Difficult relationships

Family conflicts



Religious concerns


Women's issues

Languages spoken besides English: Spanish

My toolbox includes the following modalities:


Biblical mindfulness, breathing, etc.

Emotional support and empathic listening,


I have the following Abide Network certifications: Abide Helper Training

My other relevant degrees, certifications, and trainings are:

Never Binge Again Certified Coach (help with diet/weight loss)

Nedley Depression/Anxiety Workshop facilitator

What do you like best about coaching?

I appreciate the flexibility of setting my own schedule, since I still have children to care for. Being an extrovert, it is a great way to connect with people. And it allows me to be able to have a career that is meaningful.

How do you recharge on your day off?

I enjoy taking naps sometimes. I also enjoy time in nature, as well as watching a good movie with my kids or playing games with them. Also singing and chatting with friends.

Why did you choose to do coaching?

I care about people. When I learn helpful things, I enjoy sharing them. Also, the difficulties in my own relationships, and the lessons I have learned, give me both empathy for people in similar situations, as well as the desire to help them. I have also watched many friends leave the church, and I have struggled with some of the same issues, but found a way to ground myself in God’s love so that I didn’t lose my faith. I want to be able to help others through that process as well.

What are your three favorite things?

Besides my three kids…

1. Singing: I sing regularly at church and hope to do some recording some day.

2. Exercise: As a teen, I was the classic bookworm; but I discovered the joys of exercise as an adult, and I do it regularly—sometimes even when I don’t want to!

3. Seeing the results of a job well done is always motivating and a healthy hit of dopamine and other feel-good chemicals.

Lisa Reynoso


Lisa Reynoso

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