Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adolescent (Ages 15+), Adolescents and Adults, Families, Groups, Individuals
When in session with Liz, you will feel her warm and soothing presence that will help you feel at ease as you explore and process your most vulnerable thoughts and feelings. Liz offers a sincere, compassionate and light-hearted approach to therapy that you will sense as soon as you walk through her door. Liz believes in a holistic approach to therapy that integrates the entire self—mind, body, and spirit. Working with Liz, you can expect to develop skills and new insights that will help you on your journey towards your true and most authentic self, and in restoring harmony and balance in your daily life.
As a person centered and trauma focused therapist, Liz can help those who are in need of peace, recovery, and healing. Her clients can address a variety of concerns, including those related to change and adjustment, emotion regulation, self-care, identity issues, and family/relational issues, plus depression, anxiety, grief, eating disorders and body image issues, PTSD and other trauma-related concerns, ADHD, LGBTQ+ issues, issues related to gender identity/expression, and other co-occurring issues in multiple levels of care.
Liz utilizes active listening and empathic attunement as agents of change. She’s also a very solution-focused and practical therapist who operates from a person-centered approach that includes elements of cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness techniques. She utilizes a variety of different clinical modalities to create a unique treatment plan for each client. Some of the specific approaches she uses include EMDR, CBT, DBT solution-focused, relationally focused, existentialism, and mindfulness.
Liz received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Colorado State University, and her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University. She’s worked in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient, inpatient, crisis and sub-acute treatment, in-home, community-based and school-based therapy, and private practice.