Elizabeth has over 15 years of experience working with individuals who suffer from a variety of mental health issues. Her approach is compassionate, understanding and engaged, supporting each person on their individual path to healing.
Elizabeth holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology with a double major in Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy. She began her career working in community mental health care with children and adolescents, then transitioned to working with county and state prison populations for the next decade, while concurrently building her private practice. She has also worked as a bereavement specialist with hospice, giving her special insight into end-of-life issues faced by both patients and their families.
Elizabeth understands healing and recovery from a first-hand perspective. She has helped clients survive and recover from abuse, divorce, grief, depression, and serious health challenges. She offers clients effective tools to enhance their relationships, release self-limiting behaviors, cope with life’s difficult transitions and create positive, lasting change in their lives.