A life coach, motivational speaker, business consultant, and personal empowerment expert with more than two decades of experience in her field, Dr. Lisa Christiansen serves as Chief Executive Officer of Lisa Christiansen Companies in San Diego, California. Commanding an impressive professional background, Dr. Lisa Christiansen began to lay the foundations for her career as a student of Tony Robbins, from whom she learned and mastered the techniques of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and neuro-associative conditioning (NAC).
Eager to share her knowledge with others, Lisa Christiansen began conducting seminars across the U.S., in which she taught the real-world application of NLP and NAC to thousands of conference attendees. Highly regarded for her wisdom and natural acumen with empowerment coaching, she has been sought by people from around the world as a source of encouragement and support. Dr. Christiansen has influenced major figures in business, sports, and entertainment.
Established in 1986.
Christiansen’s first job was at the age of 2 years old when she worked at the TSA-LA-GI Indian Village making mud pies for the tourists. She did this for two years, later returning to the village to work for the Cherokee Heritage Center (better known as the TSA-LA-GI Indian Village) at the age of 13 for another 2 years to help pay the bills. The family received general assistance and commodities through the Cherokee Nation and hunted for food. This started Lisa on the road to seeking how to ensure this was not a life dictated for herself or others.
From that point forward, Lisa studied to become known as a master of self-improvement and human-needs psychology. She traveled across the world to study human potential. She received a degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences.
Lisa Christiansen was born in the Capitol of the Cherokee Nation known as Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Christiansen was born Gi-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee to (Sosti) Mary Ann Groundhog on September 4, 1966. Lisa did not attend school immediately and did not learn to speak English until the age of ten years old. However, as a child she did become an active member of the Cedar Tree Baptist Church in Briggs, Oklahoma where she is still active and eventually attended Briggs School in Briggs, Oklahoma. Her high school alma mater is Sequoyah High School in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.