Through the development of a strong, authentic relationship, Elizabeth works collaboratively with her clients to help them achieve their personal goals and create lasting positive change. She believes that effective therapy is rooted in developing a non-shaming, non-blaming atmosphere that seeks to empower her clients in making the necessary shifts to improve their quality of life.
Originally from Long Island, Elizabeth received her Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Iona College and is currently a Clinical Supervisor providing family therapy at a non-profit in Brooklyn. Prior to her work in private practice, Elizabeth completed her clinical training at the Iona Family Clinic in New Rochelle, NY and St. Vincent's Hospital in Harrison, NY where she worked with a diverse clientele, including individuals struggling with substance abuse and relational conflict.
In addition to her rigorous training in family systems, Elizabeth is also trained in Motivational Interviewing and Functional Family Therapy. Through a systemic approach that is both direct yet nurturing, Elizabeth helps her clients to find meaningful solutions and lasting change.
Elizabeth has a particular specialty in helping people address issues such as grief and loss, relationship discord, and major life transitions. She enjoys working with young adults struggling with relationship issues, premarital couples, and families dealing with conflict and significant change.
Elizabeth tailors treatment to the needs of her clients and provides a safe and nurturing space for honest conversations to take place. She is an active therapist in session and often co-constructs homework with her clients to do in between sessions in order to increase the momentum toward the desired change.