Lisa Gercie: Eclectic Healer Melds Counseling, Metaphysics and Hypnosis

by Gisele M. Siebold

CRG_LisaGercie_0816Licensed professional therapist Lisa Gercie is a uniquely eclectic healer. She has worked in the field of psychology for over 20 years and is board certified in the state of Pennsylvania and by the National Board of Certified Counselors. She is also a gifted metaphysical healer, skilled in traditional and metaphysical hypnotherapy. Gercie incorporates both traditional and spiritual teachings to fulfill client requests for expansion of growth, awareness, healing and optimal health. Gercie specializes in rebuilding life after death or divorce, grief issues, relationships, anxiety, depression, stress management, psychosocial oncology, work and career issues, self-esteem and self-image.

“I believe that when you change your thoughts and behaviors, you can change your life,” says Gercie. “As a solution-oriented and interactive therapist, my goal is to help others live a life where they are thriving versus just ‘living’ or ‘existing’.”

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Fourth-Generation Healer, Lisa Gercie


by Carrie Jackson

As a fourth-generation healer and intuitive empath, Lisa Gercie guides clients to find peace, comfort and connection within. Gercie is the founder of The Hypnotic Healer, in Bethlehem, and has studied metaphysics with world-renowned mentors, shamans and teachers for the majority of her life. She graduated from Lehigh University’s Counseling Psychology program and blends traditional counseling and hypnosis with metaphysical healing and hypnotic techniques.

“With metaphysical hypnosis, people are going into a relaxed or hypnotic state, which allows their soul to heal,” says Gercie. Clients come to her with a range of emotional issues that often manifest as anxiety and depression, or even physical symptoms such as arthritis, diabetes and cancer. “Hypnotic healing sessions energetically cleanse, balance and align the chakra frequencies for ultimate health, healing and well-being,” she says.

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