Elizabeth is completing her PhD in clinical psychology at CU Boulder, where she also earned a MA in clinical psychology. Prior to coming to Boulder, she completed her BA at Humboldt State University in California, where she is from, and completed a MA in psychology at the University of Boston. She has provided services in a range of settings including psychiatry departments, outpatient and inpatient mental health clinics, and university counseling centers.
Elizabeth uses evidence-based therapies including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT), and behavioral activation (BA), to address a range of mental health concerns. Her goal in therapy is to provide a judgement-free, genuine, collaborative space where she can help clients explore themselves and learn skills to pursue their goals and live the life they want to live.
The thing you'd most like to do
The thing she would most like to do is live by the ocean.
Areas of interest
Anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety (GAD), social anxiety, and panic, stress management, sleep problems, OCD, perfectionism, and women’s mental health.