a short bio…

Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Nationally Certified Counselor currently practicing in Asheville, NC. She received her MS in community counseling at Western Carolina University near Asheville, NC and her BA in psychology from Drew University in Madison, NJ. She studied sociology, women’s studies, and literature at Oxford University in Oxford, England. She also worked on social justice projects at Georgetown University; and has lived outside as a wilderness counselor at a therapeutic wilderness program. In addition to working as a counselor in several capacities, she continues to facilitate other outdoor/ nature based group therapeutic programs.

Elizabeth has been observing life from a therapeutic perspective since she was a child. Naturally inclined towards empathy, understanding, and creative insight partnered with a desire to help others directed her path into the counseling field where she has been for the past 18 years. Elizabeth has worked with a variety of populations. Some of the issues addressed in counseling have been abuse, grief and loss, depression, addictions, attachment issues, adolescent at risk diagnoses, work and career related issues, parenting, divorce related parenting, relationships, wellness coaching, personal empowerment, life purpose, and spirituality.

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