Lisa Haisha

The founder of the Soul Blazing Sanctuary in Sherman Oaks, California, Lisa Haisha is recognized as one of Hollywood’s top therapists and humanitarians. Since 2007, Haisha’s monthly weekend and quarterly five-day workshops have been attended by leading Hollywood producers, screenwriters, A-list actors, entrepreneurs and individuals seeking transformation change in their personal and professional lives. Lisa Haisha’s international Soul Blazing retreats have also been held in Tanzania, Peru, and Costa Rica. Presently, she serves as a private counselor and coach to an inner circle of 6 top Hollywood stars.

In the past, Lisa Haisha has coached actors, writers, and directors engaged in such TV properties as "Entourage ," "Big Love," "Twin Peaks," "90210," "Party of Five," "Two and a Half Men," "ER," "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "CSI Miami," and the films "Pulp Fiction," "Batman," "Mr. Holland's Opus," "Courage Under Fire," "Never Been Kissed," and many others.

In the world of psychology, Haisha is known as the originator of Soul Blazing, a therapeutic method that combines established analytical approaches (Gestalt, Psychosynthesis, Jungian Analysis, Reality Therapy).

A columnist for The Huffington Post, Lisa Haisha’s published works also include Whispers from Children’s Hearts, a three-year work based on interviews with hundreds of children from across the world. Haisha’s book was the genesis for her and Hollywood director Lee Aronsohn's nonprofit organization, Whispers from Children’s Hearts Foundation, which provides therapeutic services and soul care to children in impoverished and war-torn countries.

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It’s not what material things you leave someone that matters most- it’s more about what you leave ‘in’ them.

Share Your Unconditional Love

The secret to creating a life that you love is all in your head. It’s your imagination and will power. You can have anything you imagine if you also have the determination and focus to see it into reality. My mother taught me that the world is clay and we are the sculptors that get to shape our destiny. I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of quality time with her before she passed a few months ago. I interviewed her during her last weeks. One of the questions I asked was: What do you regret most about not… Read more.