Lisa Parsons

Celebrity Author of Leading with Uncommon Courage

Lisa Parsons is an experienced, licensed Mental Health Professional based in Long Beach, MS. Lisa specializes in helping people recover from stress and traumatic events in their lives. She works with clients to investigate thoughts and habits that support their emotional pain. She helps them find meaning and look at their situation with a fresh perspective that sets them free to experience more peace of mind.

I encourage you to join me and many others on an incredible adventure of a vibrant relationship with God the Father through His Holy Spirit. This amazing journey is available to all of us through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. I wasn’t raised by church-going parents but in a desperate attempt to get me to behave my mother told me about God. This was a springboard for my quest to know God more. In my quest, I have increasingly placed hope and trust in the Lord with a result of gaining insight which led to life changing (and life giving) decisions. These decisions haven’t been easy to implement. It takes courage and honest self-reflection to move from emptiness and fear into action.

Lisa Nelson

The Courage to be Honest

My own story of courage began the day I looked in the mirror and realized that I no longer knew who I was. I had just had another fight with my husband which ended with me finally understanding that no matter how hard I tried, no matter how many self help books I read and changes I made, no matter how closely I tried to follow what I thought my husband wanted, it would never be enough.

Lisa Parsons

Uncommon Courage Blog

How to be More Socially Confident

How to be More Socially Confident

A serious lack of social confidence can lead to isolation and stifle career growth. If there’s one part of your life in which it pays to be confident, it’s in your social interactions.

Empowering Morning Routines for Women

Empowering Morning Routines for Women

What does the beginning of your day look like? How do you spend the first 30 to 90 minutes of your morning? Those first things you do in the morning set your tone for the day. A morning routine can set you up to feel more productive, empowered, and even accomplished.